The conversion of a Grade II listed redundant church building into a multi-purpose arts venue for musical rehearsal and performance, exhibitions, meetings and conferences.
The building (the former First Church of Christ Scientist) provides a permanent home for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and is a distinctive landmark in the Chelsea townscape.
Cadogan wanted to bring the building back into public realm with a range of uses suited to the fine interior spaces and the building’s civic and townscape presence.
Paye’s specialists were appointed to clean, repair and conserve the external façades.
Opened as the First Church of Christ Scientist
Reopened as a concert hall