We can now be found at Voysey House just off Chiswick High Street (following in the footsteps of the legendary Turner Duckworth). We feel incredibly lucky to be situated on the top floor with not one but two roof terraces!
We’re also really pleased to move into a building with such rich history, (read on history buffs): The building was built as an extension for the Sanderson wallpaper company and was completed back in 1902, designed by Charles Voysey. The building is considered an important formative work in the evolution of the ‘Modern Movement’ in architecture, and is listed Grade II. Initially, it was known as White Building, referring to the white-glazed bricks that cover it.
We’re excited about the opportunities our new space offers. We love the space and love showing it off; so if you’re in the area pop in for a cuppa and a tour!