1790 Grade 1 house by Adam re-imagined

Fitzroy Square, London, UK Private home

The southern & eastern sides of Fitzroy Square, built in 1790-92, are Robert Adam’s largest & most important remaining London townscape project.

No.33 has not been a single residence for 200 years & our brief is to both create a very comfortable new family home & also to do the best job possible in terms of the authenticity of craft skills & historic detail.

An English Heritage blue plaque commemorates the building as the early 20th century home of the Omega Workshops. ┬áThen from the late 1930’s up until 2000 it became the London Foot Hospital, the world’s first such specialist facility.

Renovation work began in Autumn 2018 & completion is due in late 2020.