A brilliant greenhouse suffused with a rich spectrum of colour stands at 25 Porchester Place in London. Titled “Sacré blur,” the greenhouse is a 2015 project by horticultural artists Tony Heywood and Alison Condie.
Article from Colossal, 16.05.22
Nine different types of British native trees were planted in 16 different locations across the estate, chosen to support local wildlife and insects. These trees celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee and have also been dedicated to the Hyde Park Estate Association who celebrate their 70th Anniversary this year.
Three years in the making, this unique ‘pod’ home provides a novel use of an otherwise empty void alongside an existing tower block and has been designed to fit neatly and unobtrusively into its surroundings
The niece of Jimmy Choo, 43, runs her own eponymous shoe company. She lives in Notting Hill with her husband, Jonathan, and two sons.
Article from The Telegraph, 27.08.18
"...And at long last we have two west London restaurants that manage to replicate the regional dishes that make Thai food so damned thrilling."
Article from The Daily Mail, 25.08.18
The heart of the Hyde Park Estate, Connaught Street is once again becoming a highly desirable residential quarter, within a short walk of the 350-acre park itself, one of London’s largest, and the shopping magnet of Oxford Street.
Article from The London Magazine, 21.01.18
Photographer James Burns has spent the past year capturing various lunar spectacles in the capital. One of the images was taken from the Hyde Park Estate's Porchester Place with most of the rest taken from Marble Arch Tower.
Article from London Evening Standard, 16.02.16
A photographer has captured a year in the life of London from the Hyde Park Estate's rooftops.
Article from London Evening Standard, 23.12.14
London from the Rooftops is a project that was born eight years ago at the base of the now-demolished chimney of Battersea Power Station.
Article from London Live 22.12.14
Before the end of the 18th Century, no one sought to develop the farmland north of this area because of its proximity to Tyburn Gallows. In 1783, when the execution site moved to Newgate Prison, building started and by 1807 the first properties on Connaught Place were erected and by the 1820s Connaught Square was completed.
Article from Absolutely Kensington, March 2014
At the Hyde Park Riding Stables, London's equestrian history is alive and kicking. Pearl Boyd reports.
Article from Absolutely Kensington, February 2014