HUB have gained another Listed Building Consent, for a Grade11* listed house in the Royal Hospital Conservation Area, in Chelsea. These illustrations are taken from the original design by the architect Edward William Godwin. The building was constructed in 1878-80 for Frank Miles, a well-known society portrait painter, whose 2nd Floor studio remains largely intact, with a large double height window rising into the roof space.
The house is part of the so called ‘Tite Street Studios’ which are cited in the Conservation Area Statement as ‘probably the most important group of buildings in the area, second only to the Royal Hospital’. The building is significant and is protected as an Heritage asset as defined within the NPPF.
The Approved alterations are minor but will upgrade the building, ensuring the comfort and well-being of its occupants for future generations. #conservationarchitecture #conservationarea #chelseaarchitecture @chelseadesignquarter @chelseaartsclub @simon.watkins.3720 #ewgodwin #frankmilesartist