Tuesday 19 December 2017
Former London Factory That Made Beethoven’s Pianos Now Luxury Lofts.
A Victorian brick building is home to 10 apartments after a three-year restoration. A former piano factory in London that made pianos for Beethoven, Strauss and Sibelius has been converted into luxury apartments.
After a three-year restoration, the Chappell piano factory in Camden, north London, is now home to 10 three- and four-bedroom loft apartments, along with commercial office space. Built in 1866, the Victorian industrial building was home to Chappell & Co, which published music and manufactured pianos for over 100 years, Following the closure of the piano factory in 1970, the brick building—which served as a munitions factory in World War I and a Royal Air Force factory in World War II—was a photography studio until the late 1980s.
The building’s steel entrance gates are designed in the style of piano keys and strings.
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