Old Sessions House

Clerkenwell, London

Steeped in rich history and old-time grandeur, The Old Sessions House is a historic cache of splendour, located in the heart of Clerkenwell. Once upon a time, the Palladian-style building stood as the nation’s largest courthouse, having originally flung open its doors in 1782.

Today, it exists as an inner city sanctuary which marries together Victorian architecture (with an exterior that mirrors the Roman Pantheon) and the new-found modernity inside. Stood in its urban landscape, the venue is a delicate and picturesque puzzle — re-contextualising its historical arched windows and intricate doorways with mid-century modern furnishings and eccentric decor.

"As featured in British Vogue, the secrets preserved within the walls of The Old Sessions House are just the peak of its enchanting existence."

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