May 10, 2016
Located in the eastern wing of the Royal Academy of Arts’ historic Burlington House building, The Academicians’ Room utilises the impressive space originally designed by Norman Shaw RA in 1883. Revolving around the idea of a drawing room, the member’s only space acts as a meeting point for likeminded creatives, with a sociable yet serene environment as eclectic and varied as the characters who inhabit it. Martin Brudnizki surprised us once again.
Working with the grandiose architectural detailing and layering in a selection of vintage and bespoke furnishings, a haute-bohemian multifunctional space was created, capable of transitioning from day to night seamlessly.
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The Academicians’ Room is a place to feel at home; a place to come together in a club setting designed exclusively for members.
The Academicians’ Room in the Keeper’s House began life in 1883 as an architectural gallery, before becoming the favourite haunt of the Academy’s artists as a private members club. The room has now entered a new phase in its rich history, with a fresh new look by the renowned Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. Vintage furnishings now create the intimate, bohemian ambience of an artist’s drawing room.
The club room also displays new artworks by Royal Academicians and an exceptional food menu created by Peyton and Byrne. Members can expect an eclectic programme of events, including an artist-led Salon Series and evenings curated by the RA Schools students.
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