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.
How long is the planning permission process in London
Notice upheld against blue-painted terraced house
Please fill in the following form and one of our consultants will be in touch shortly...