Sky Lounge

Our time travelling cocktail bar, Sky Lounge, re-materialised in May and using the mysteries of the space-time continuum, took the roof terrace back to 1936. After two very enjoyable afternoons reality was restored. But not before resident photographer Tony Wells took some excellent portraits of our...

Holiday Let Licensing Scheme

Holiday Let Licensing Scheme documents: Outline of the scheme: Licence Scheme – Information Sheet (003) Contact Details/Application Form: Contact Details – Application Form (002) Original 2013 proposal (with amendments noted “*” and “**”) Appendices I II – Holiday...

Licence To Alter

If you are thinking of making changes to your flat you may need a “Licence to Alter” from Bluestorm Ltd. If you do not get one you may be breaking the law and could be required to reverse the changes you have made. This FAQ explains why, and in what circumstances you may need one. Licence to...

Isokon Gallery

In celebration of its 80th year, Embassy Court’s sister building, The Isokon in Hampstead has opened a gallery to the public for a remarkable exhibition.  This exhibition tells a fascinating story, of the building itself, the world-famous figures that made it their home in the 1930s, and the company,...

Wells Coates by Elizabeth Darling, RIBA Publishing 2012

“Wells Coates” is a fascinating new book on the architect of Embassy Court. Painstakingly researched, wonderfully illustrated and immensely readable, this book takes us from Coates’ youth in Japan, to his last great building at the Festival of Britain, and beyond. It is both a portrait of the man and a...

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