Maurizio Pellizzoni | MPD London – Ascot Lodge

This Grade II listed building has a fascinating history; it was built in the 15th century and was used by King James 1, son of Mary Queen of Scotts as a hunting lodge in the Berkshire countryside. It was remodeled in the 18th century then further extended and altered in 1912 by the renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens who created the south-east wing incorporating the famous “Lutyens Ballroom”. The extension had its own style identity with signature domes that were replicated in other areas of the house…Read more on : http://www.ll2.in

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