The site of the Athenaeum Club was over the western corner of Carlton House, home of the Prince Regent before his accession to the throne but demolished in 1826-27.
I have carried out a great deal of work here. This has included the paint analysis of the facade and the famous figure of Athena.
A colour scheme for the famous Reading Room on the first floor of the Club was produced and paints specially mixed.
I also designed the marble mosaic floor in the entrance hall. This was largely based on a print of 1840:
Here is a view from the landing on the stairs towards the main door:
My company Papers and Paints has supplied much of the paint in specially-mixed colours.
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