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Aragon House
Parsons Green, West London

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Client
City Pub Group

Location
London

Date Completed
2019

Contract Period
9 months

Contract Sum
£1.5 million

Services Provided
Full Architecture and Interior Design Services

Formerly the site of the home of Catherine of Aragon before her marriage to Henry VIII, Aragon House is a late Georgian Grade 2 listed 5-storey mansion located on the south west corner of Parsons Green in West London. The building was heavily altered by the British Legion during the 20th century as their west London headquarters (hence the flagpole outside) resulting in the loss of many original features and much of its historic character
Mackenzie Wheeler have carried out an extensive renovation to recover the buildings charm, and historic character, while creating a new 14-bedroom hotel, with 3 bars, a restaurant, function room and events spaces, and a beautiful new garden. 
Mackenzie Wheeler worked closely with Heritage consultants and the council’s Conservation Officer to reinstate the grand central staircase and many other historic features, including remodelling the ground floor to recreate the original double fronted layout.
Aragon House is now a highly successful multipurpose venue providing a diverse offer to the local community and attracting many visitors to the area with its engaging and eclectic interiors within its historic setting.