Five Grade II Listed Townhouses With a Rich Cultural History.
Designed in 1858 by Sir Charles James Freake, Cromwell Place was the home and studio to artists such as Sir John Lavery. Maintaining the building's period features, spaces have been transformed to house galleries, private work spaces, art storage and a Club Room.
It is so important to have purpose-built spaces which encourage creativity and support the arts. This is why I’m delighted that Cromwell Place is cultivating a vibrant and collaborative cultural community in beautiful surroundings for its Members and visitors.
Ranging from 22 square metres to 143 metres squared, our 14 exhibition spaces combine period features with modern architecture. Each gallery is unique and comes complete with on-site security, intruder alarm monitoring, technician hire and technology such as Erco lighting and electronic access control.
Members can book our discrete, light-filled viewing rooms to display artworks for clients and guests. Each booking includes technical support from our in-house logistics team along with complimentary refreshments.
The Club Room
Opening in 2021, our Club Room will be open to Members and their guests. Providing a homely space to unwind, connect and entertain, the space offers a food and drink menu curated by Michelin-starred chef, Ollie Dabbous, with champagne from Ruinart.
We offer secure on-site art storage for short term use. The fully secure, climate-controlled facility is protected by a gas supression system, biometric access control and 24/7 security. Our external art storage partner, IBI, is 30 minutes away by car and will facilitate longer term needs.
Offices, Open-Desks and Meeting Rooms
We have a variety of private and shared office spaces, as well as flexible working facilities such as open-desks and meeting rooms.