Thomas Croft Architects

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7 Sets in Albany

Piccadilly, London W1

Designed in 1770 as a private mansion by Sir William Chambers & radically altered into bachelor flats in 1800 by Henry Holland, Albany is probably the smartest residential address in London. Over 25 years we have redesigned 7 flats (or Sets as they are known) in this Grade 1 listed building for clients including Peterhouse College Cambridge (Albany's freeholders), the late Graham C Greene (Chairman of the Trustees of the British Museum) & the art dealer Per Skarstedt.  We are currently collaborating with Francis Sultana & David Gill on the renovation of Chamber's original ballroom spaces, the finest Sets in the whole building.


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