Kindred, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Studio Shaw, 2018.
|:||Window detail. Kindred, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Studio Shaw, 2018.|
|:||3345 x 5017 pixels|
|:||Kindred, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Studio Shaw, 2018.|
|:||Queen Caroline St|
|:||Corporate And Commercial|
|:||Bradmore House is a fine example of the English Baroque style, listed in 1954. It originated as an extension to a mansion known as Butterwick House. It was almost certainly built by Henry Ferne, Receiver General of Her Majesty’s Customs, who purchased Butterwick House in 1700 and lived there until his death in 1723. The new wing was intended for Ferne’s mistress, Mrs Anne Oldfield (1683-1730), the leading actress of the day. The building has had several reincarnations, including being used as a bus terminus. Some fine wooden panelled rooms which were held by the Geffrye Museum in East London were re-installed in the house in 2002. The venue is situated in Hammersmith, West London. The design reflects the different uses and characters of the three floors of the building. The lowest level is open to the public, with the middle and top levels reserved for members and their guests.|
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