|Lansdowne House 1811|
By now everybody’s aware of my fascination with lost architecture. Unlike Northumberland House, Lansdowne House isn’t completely lost. A still-impressive piece of it remains in Berkeley Square, as the home of the Lansdowne Club,*
|from 1818 London map|
You can learn a great deal more about the house, its contents, and where they’ve gone, here at the DiCamillo Companion site.
*Visiting the club’s site will reward you with a history and some lovely old and new, mainly interior, photos of the building, including some fine Art Deco work from the 1930s.
|Lansdowne House description|
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