In the heart of Clerkenwell, a glamorous and exclusive London design district that hosts many of the leading innovators of contemporary style and international architecture, Baxter has found the “London House” it dreamed of. A space that celebrates the culture of Italian design, offering a unique experience to professionals from the world of architecture and design.
The Baxter London House, located inside the Old Session house, a building that transmits a wonderful architectural heritage, has managed to integrate perfectly into the district, world reference hub for design, which boasts a very high concentration of design architects’ studios and professionals in this field.
The Old Sessions House is an 18th century Palladian-style building, construction of which began in 1779 and was opened in 1782 under the name Middlesex Sessions House as the largest court in the nation. The building saw hundreds of legal cases and prisoners marched to the basement cells. The three-story building, with its vaulted ceilings and original brick walls, pays homage to the past and at the same time reflects the passion for design, architecture and creativity. Qualities that transcend time and that Baxter infuses into its contemporary concepts of design, style and well-being.
The space presents a sensory journey that emotionally involves visitors and transports them on a journey where the senses are stimulated and enhanced. The most advanced technologies and Baxter's original and exclusive design meets the traditional architectural features of the Victorian and Georgian eras, the result is a unique and ambitious experience.
Baxter invites professionals to discover the space and visit the "Libertà" bar and lounge inside the London showroom, a place designed to stop for a pleasant break or to work and network.
Discover more on www.londonhouse.baxter.it