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Lindsey House, Chelsea

This project in a Grade II* Listed building creates a new glazed garden room inserted within a Lutyens and Jekyll garden, illustrated in 'Gardens for Small Country Houses' (1912) p64-65. The project involves the restoration of niches from the Lutyens scheme, and is detached from the rear elevation of the house, which forms part of a large riverside villa remodelled by Count Zinzendorf in the 1750s in setting up a Moravian community in Chelsea.

Sector: Housing
Location: London, UK
Proj/Arch: Marcus Beale
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Status: Live
Year: 2000
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