Marylebone Interior Architects NW1
The talented team of Marylebone interior architects at Callender Howorth offers bespoke services in interior design, architecture and renovation in the Marylebone area. Discover the innovative designs that have been implemented in the area. Callender Howorth is happy to visit you in Marylebone to consult on potential interior architecture and design solutions for your property or workspace.
What have we designed there?
The Victorian properties that make up much of the area are a dream project for Marylebone interior architects to work on. Callender Howorth has actually had the honour of redesigning a charming Mayfair mews house, which was tucked away behind the main high street. From outside the house retains all the allure of a Victorian building, but inside our interior architect has created a beautiful bright and open space. Respecting Marylebone’s architectural heritage in this way means we have a strong working relationship with the local planning and architectural boards.
Architecture information and famous listed buildings
Marylebone is renowned for its rich townscape and residential areas, which are easily navigated on foot. It has plenty of listed buildings such as All Souls Church in Langham Place, which was designed by John Nash, King George IV’s favourite architect. St Marylebone Parish Church is the Anglican Church built in 1813-17, which gives the area its name. John Soane’s Holy Trinity Church is another architectural highlight, having fallen into disuse in the 1930s; it’s now used as an events venue under the name One Marylebone.
Is it close to any museums and exhibitions?
Creative residents have clearly rubbed off on Marylebone, as there are plenty of art galleries dotted about its leafy streets. Asia House and Colomb are two galleries that consistently deliver fascinating exhibitions of artwork by both British and International artists and demonstrate Marylebone interior architecture at its best.
Restaurants and nightlife
Marylebone offers so many dining and nightlife options, residents and visitors are spoilt for choice. Marylebone interior architects have done a great job transforming many old buildings into restaurants and bars. Chiltern Firehouse is an 1889 Grade II-listed Victorian-gothic fire brigade building which has been rebuilt from the inside out, and now houses a top-level restaurant with cutting edge international cuisine. Other highly regarded restaurants include La Fromagerie, Galvin Bistrot de Luxe and the hugely popular Patty & Bun burger bar.
Why do you want to live there?
But the art scene isn’t the only thing in Marylebone that’s thriving. There are a number of fantastic local schools including St Marylebone C of E School and St Vincent’s Roman Catholic Primary School. When combined with the well-groomed parks and squares, these educational institutions make this a dream location for families. Marylebone is one of the most prestigious postcodes in London. Full of famous streets, fine restaurants and the shopping haven of Oxford Street, the Borough has been home to many celebrities and artists over the years, including director Guy Richie, musician Noel Gallagher and even Beatles member John Lennon.
If you have a project or interiors idea you would like to discuss with the Callender Howorth team,
we’d be delighted to hear from you.
To arrange a private appointment, or schedule a time to view and chat through our portfolio of
completed projects please contact our London interior design company.