Back in the summer I spent three days shooting one house in Maylebone for architectural practice, Studio Loop. It was one of those perfectly proportioned Georgian homes, prevalent in that part of town. The house, which included the adjoining mews house behind, is situated on Wyndham Place, a short, tranquil street with an imposing church at one end, and a garden square at the other. On further exploration, St. Mary’s church actually forms the end of an impressive axis running south all the way to Marble Arch. The house has been immaculately restored, and beautifully detailed by the architects, to create a spacious, modern home. Step inside.

Garden terrace in the void between the Georgian house, and later mews building.

St. Mary’s church at the end of Wyndham Place

View from Bryanston Square towards Marble Arch

The house is for sale via Knight Frank.