The Wolseley
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A sumptuous building in the purest American neo-Classical style, with a red, black and gold interior decor. Built in 1932 as a car showroom for Wolseley Motors, the building was bought by Barclays Bank and transformed under the direction of the architect William Curtis-Green (1875-1960). Today it is home to The Wolseley, a chic and trendy restaurant and tearoom.


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