Kensington Palace Apartments 8 and 9
Brooks Murray Architects were instructed to work on a prestigious project on Apartment 8 and 9 in Kensington Palace. The task was to provide an unobtrusive access between the Drawing Room of Apartment 9 and the Reception Room (Archive Room) of Apartment 8. These works involved a change in levels plus a new stair whilst coordinating closely with English Heritage.
Kensington Palace was designed by Christopher Wren, the architect of St Pauls Cathedral. It has been owned by the British Royal family since the 17th century. Located in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea it has a number of parks within the grounds. Queen Victoria was born here, whilst Apartments 8 and 9 were once a residence of Diana, Princess of Wales.
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