Distillers Company, 20-21 St James's Square, London: the first-floor drawing room fireplace
|Architect/Designer||Adam, Robert (1728-1792)|
|Mewes & Davis|
|Artist/Photographer||Millar & Harris|
|Library Reference||AP52/53 (Millar 6093H)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Drawing rooms ; Decorative stonework ; Mirrors ; Office buildings ; Fireplaces|
NOTES: No. 20 was a Robert Adam town house of 1771-4, of which the facade was extended by Mewes & Davis in 1936 to include the rebuilt no. 21. A mansard and attic storey were also added. No. 21 was originally built in 1794 by Robert Furze Brettingham but was demolished in 1934 to make way for the rebuilding.
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