The House of Intrigue

Glebe Print
Tite Street occupies a small enclave of Chelsea which, in the Victorian era, became the epicentre of London's thriving artistic and literary community. Number 33 was one of several purpose-built residences that was home to a series of influential and high-profile artists – including James Whistler, John Singer Sargent, Augustus John and, more recently, Julian Barrow.

Our brief was to create a book that conveyed the story of Tite Street and documented the sensitive refurbishment of Number 33 into a modern London home – a project undertaken by Studio Mackereth architects.