Vogue archivist Robin Muir and his partner Paul Lyon-Maris’s north London house is urban nirvana: hidden down a private lane on the far side of a courtyard planted with cherry trees. With a Victorian brick façade almost filled by a two-storey window, it was built in the mid-nineteenth century as part of a group of artists’ studios when land in the area was cheap and Hampstead was still a village. A desire to wrest the title deeds from its owners’ hands and move in immediately began to form…
A story you need to read on p156 of the April issue of House & Garden, in shops now with. Subscibe and never miss an issue, or try your first digital edition for FREE by clicking here.
Read our interview with Robin about the Vogue 100 exhibition and see his country house here.