Our Georgian townhouse is a place where curious minds meet in London. Once home to a master brewer, then a brothel, and eventually restored as a writer’s residence – the Spitalfields home hosts pop up dinner parties in the historic kitchen, salons in the old world sitting room, and literary evenings in the private library.
Our terracotta colored townhouse still wears its original “Brewer’s House” plaque, dating back to the early 1800s. It has since been converted into an artistic hideaway, complete with a secret door, private courtyard, and other mysteries.
East London’s Spitafields neighbourhood was once home to silk-weaving Huguenots and Jewish textile makers. Today, it’s a hub for diversity and creativity. Our home lies next to one of the oldest pubs in London and down the street from renown artists, such as Tracey Emin and Gilbert & George.
The London conversation dinners and salons are held in our rustic, country-style kitchen and library room with an expansive list of books and films. Each room in the house still has its original 19th century fireplace and tiling, which immediately puts members in a different era.