188 Hammersmith road

188 Hammersmith road

Our by-appointment showroom is now open! If you would like to take a closer look at our Shoppa collection, please complete the form below to arrange an appointment or email us on 188@beataheuman.com. If you're interested in upcoming events and open-house days at 188 please sign up to our newsletter.

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Our opening hours are 09.30 - 18.00, Monday to Friday.

History of 188

188 was built in the 1820s initially for use as a “country” villa residence close enough to travel into town and latterly as the home of different clubs and societies. In 1904, the house was purchased by the Constitutional Club, attracting high-profile visitors such as Winston Churchill pictured here on its front steps in 1949. By 1977, The Mardi Club had taken over 188 for use as a ballroom dancing school.

188 was built in the 1820s initially for use as a “country” villa residence close enough to travel into town and latterly as the home of different clubs and societies. In 1904, the house was purchased by the Constitutional Club, attracting high-profile visitors such as Winston Churchill pictured here on its front steps in 1949. By 1977, The Mardi Club had taken over 188 for use as a ballroom dancing school.

188 was built in the 1820s initially for use as a “country” villa residence close enough to travel into town and latterly as the home of different clubs and societies. In 1904, the house was purchased by the Constitutional Club, attracting high-profile visitors such as Winston Churchill pictured here on its front steps in 1949. By 1977, The Mardi Club had taken over 188 for use as a ballroom dancing school.

TAKE A TOUR

This Grade II listed home had been unoccupied for years when we found her. She was boarded up and in a sad state of disrepair. We began the process of slowly breathing life back into the building and 1.5 years later opened the doors to our studio home and by appointment showroom. 

Beata Heuman's showroom is a nostalgic, imaginative distillation of her work.

House and Garden

In this handsome West London house, designer Beata Heuman has launched her latest venture: a multifunctional space with offices and studios, room for her team to collaborate, and somewhere to showcase her prototypes and greatest hits.