The Adam Room & Library - HAMPSTEAD HEATH - 2016***

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The Adam Room & Library


Known as THE ADAMS ROOMS, the area consists of the Great Hall, an ante-chamber and The Library.
There is a large bust of Lord Mansfield in the library.

(The large hall was designed for a reception room)

The Library or ‘Great Room’ was built and decorated to Robert Adam designs, between 1767 and 1770 as part of the Scottish architect’s remodeling of The Villa.

The Library was main entertaining space and the furniture  designed by Robert Adam.

(The Ante-Chamber was designed by Robert Adam's younger brother, James, in 1764)

You can view the interior rooms of Kenwood House each day, including week ends, from 10am to 5pm
(closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day)

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