Fitzroy Square, London

Fitzroy Square, London

In the shadow of the BT tower, Fitzroy Square is a Robert Adam designed development from the early 1800’s faced with natural portland stone. The Square is largely pedestrianised now after remodelling in the 1970’s with a scheme of environmental improvement works designed by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe.

Exescodo Design was appointed by Robin Cripps Restoration Ltd, to detail the new facade which would return No.7 to its original appearance.

Blue Plaque – Former home to Sir Charles Eastlake, first director of The National Gallery.

The image right shows the completed works with the previous large picture windows removed and replaced with chamfered coursed ashlar Portland stonework and radial chamfered voussoir arches.

Isometric Image above right by Brooks Murray Architects