Who are they?
Reopening in March 2019 following an extensive restoration, Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery is a striking arts and event space in west London. The gorgeous house was designed by acclaimed architect Sir John Soane at the beginning of the nineteenth century, and is now an avant-garde creative haven.
What do they do?
Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery plays host to a broad programme of bright, thought-provoking events set to inspire creativity and foster debate. The Gallery will showcase three annual exhibitions by designers, artists and architects – beginning with Anish Kapoor’s work in spring 2019. To top things off, Pitzhanger also offers visitors a unique chance to admire the work of one of Britain’s iconic architects up close. As if we needed another reason to head to London!
What do they say?
“From 1800 to 1804 Sir John Soane, one of Britain’s most influential architects, designed and built Pitzhanger Manor as his dream country retreat… Newly conserved and returned to Soane’s original design, following a £12m building programme generously supported by the HLF, Ealing Council, ACE and many others, Pitzhanger is a rare example in London of a spectacular Soane building largely intact.”
What do they offer?
Where can you find out more?
Click here for full details & the latest programme of events.