When it comes to architecture, everyone has their preferred tastes . Ben here is a bit of a fan of 50’s-60’s Brutalism but, in my opinion, a good bit of early Georgian architecture in London is hard to beat. And that’s probably why there are various conservation areas across the city, because other people think so too!
Newman Street in Fitzrovia now has a real mix of styles. The sympathetic modern Rathbone Square at one end, built on the site of a former Royal Mail sorting office and the looming site of the BT Tower at the other. - Incidentally the development of Rathbone Square seems to have put paid to the below graffiti artwork attributed to Banksy.
Sandwiched between all this is Cleary House - a collection of recently renovated apartments spanning 5 floors above a cafe/deli. Completed to a high standard, the apartments offer spacious accommodation but crucially the original facade has been retailed despite the addition of an extra floor, which took place in the mid 90’s. Not only are they spacious, the apartments also have an abundance of natural light - and when it comes to property photography, we like that kind of thing! Take a look at a few pictures of our work!