Eaton Square School, 106 Piccadilly
By special arrangement, Eaton Square School welcomes RA Friends to 106 Piccadilly for an exclusive opportunity to tour their historic building.
106 Piccadilly is a Grade-I listed building that was originally built in 1761. It boasts a fascinating history, with a host of famous residents including Lord Coventry and Ian Fleming. The building was redeveloped by Thomas Cundy Senior in 1868 and was also home to the St James’ Club and the meeting place of the Dilettanti Society. The building remained in use as a club until 1978 and has since been used as an education space.
The four-storey property, now the home of Eaton Square School, Mayfair, still has most of its original 18th-century features. On this tour, Friends will be guided through the school and shown the grand stone staircase with its wrought iron balustrade and a number of ornate ceilings with intricate detail, as well as chandeliers, marble pillars and ornate cornicing.
● Fully booked
Friday 13 July 2018
12 — 1pm
106 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NL