London Daily Photo: Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy

LDP 2013.09.30 - Keeper's House at the Royal Academy

The Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy opens to Friends of the Academy and to the general public today.

The £6.5 million project has been led by architects Long & Kentish with interiors designed by David Chipperfield Architects and the garden designed by leading landscape designer Tom Stuart-Smith, while the catering is managed by restaurateur Oliver Peyton. Works of art by Royal Academicians including Grayson Perry, Tracey Emin and Michael Craig Martin, and from the Royal Academy Collection are on display throughout the building. The space includes a new restaurant, cocktail bar, garden and refurbished lounges, providing a home for artists and art lovers in the heart of Mayfair.

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2 Responses to London Daily Photo: Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy

  1. Darn, we were there yesterday! Have to go back.

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