Huxley House’s impressive facade, complete with robust Doric columns, draws its inspiration from the hallmark Neoclassical architecture of nearby Marylebone and Primrose. With their classical columns and decorative friezes, the imposing white stucco houses in these areas reveal the fingerprint of one of Britain’s finest architects, John Nash (1752-1835). Responsible for some of London’s most iconic architecture, including Regent Street and Buckingham Palace, Nash’s stylistic influence on Huxley House is instantly evident from its grand scale and striking exterior.
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TRC used its own labour for installation.