The Fitzroy Tavern is a public house situated at 16 Charlotte Street in the Fitzrovia district of central London, England, to which it gives its name. It is currently owned by the Samuel Smith Brewery. It became famous during a period spanning the 1920s to the mid-1950s as a meeting place for many of London’s artists, intellectuals and bohemians.
A major refurbishment saw many of the original features of the interior restored. A new tiling scheme was required to complement the existing mahogany and etched glass traditional interior. Craven Dunnill Jackfield worked closely with Andrews & Boyd Architects to design a bespoke scheme for the entrance passageway and Saloon bar, using inspiration taken from the archives of Craven Dunnill & Co.
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