Warner House, Clerkenwell, London

Waite & Waite
Date Built
1937- 1938
Baker's Row
Warner House, at the corner of Baker's Row and Clerkenwell Street, started life as a commercial building home to printers, lense and clothing manufacturers and a storage office for the Post Office.  It is a reinforced concrete building faced with stock brick.  Apparently the printers continued to operate in the building until the late 1980s.

The building was converted between 1993 and 1996 into loft apartments by Eastglen Property Services Ltd, in conjunction with GJP Practice and Vincent Grant Partnership.   The most prominent feature of the refurbishment was the addition of a steel-framed penthouse complete with flying butresses.  The brick facade was also rendered white and the small paned windows were replaced.

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