Rare surviving artist’s studios in the heart of Chelsea
Rossetti Studios are rare surviving artist’s studios in the heart of Chelsea. Their famous namesake, the pre-Raphaelite artist Rossetti, was based a stone’s throw away from the site as were other titans of the arts world, including JMW Turner and James McNeil Whistler – at the beginning of the 19th century Chelsea was the artistic quarter of London.
The studios were recently purchased by Cadogan and rescued from near dereliction with a £4million renovation and restoration; respecting their original function, enhancing their character and history and refurbishing them to a modern-day standard. The complex of 8 studios will be fully occupied by practicing artists to contribute further towards Chelsea’s rich artistic pedigree.
The studios are being snapped up fast, but there are a couple still available to rent – if you are interested please see the Rossetti Studios brochure or contact Peter Bromwich at Miles Commercial (firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 7581 9722) for further information.