About Belgravia House:


Built in 1827, the overall architect was Thomas Cubitt, the terraces designed by George Basevi, and the street layout by Thomas Cundy II. This style represented a departure from the previous uniformity of Georgian squares.


Commissioned by the Grosvenor family, Dukes of Westminster, it housed members of the aristocracy, persons of political importance, and relatives of the royal family. The square’s profile was raised further when King George IV decided to turn nearby Buckingham House into a palace for his residence.


After WWII, embassies and organisations began to move in, and today they dominate the square.


Belgravia House hosts various events ranging from parties, dinners, exhibitions, press events, to filming, photoshoots,  product launches and fashion shows.



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