Sanderson Hotel

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The Sanderson Hotel is a hotel on Berners Street, London, built in 1958 as the new headquarters and showroom for Arthur Sanderson and Sons, manufacturers of wallpaper, fabrics and paint for its centennial.wikipedia
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The Sanderson Hotel is a hotel on Berners Street, London, built in 1958 as the new headquarters and showroom for Arthur Sanderson and Sons, manufacturers of wallpaper, fabrics and paint for its centennial.
Sanderson Hotel (49-57, Berners Street, formerly the head office of Sanderson)

Reginald Uren

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The building was designed by architect Reginald Uren, of the architectural firm, Slater and Uren.
He also designed the Arthur Sanderson & Sons Building (1958, now the Sanderson Hotel) in Berners Street.

Philippe Starck

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It was reopened on 25 April 2000 by Morgans Hotel Group after refurbishment by Philippe Starck and Denton Corker Marshall.
He created in 1988 the Royalton then the Hudson in New York, the Delano in Miami in 1995, the Mondrian in Los Angeles, in London the Saint Martin's Lane in 1999 and the Sanderson in 2000.

Morgans Hotel Group

It was reopened on 25 April 2000 by Morgans Hotel Group after refurbishment by Philippe Starck and Denton Corker Marshall.
Sanderson Hotel

Berners Street hoax

The hotel occupies the site of 54 Berners Street, known for the Berners Street Hoax of 1810.
The site at 54 Berners Street is now occupied by the Sanderson Hotel.

London

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The Sanderson Hotel is a hotel on Berners Street, London, built in 1958 as the new headquarters and showroom for Arthur Sanderson and Sons, manufacturers of wallpaper, fabrics and paint for its centennial.

Arthur Sanderson & Sons

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The Sanderson Hotel is a hotel on Berners Street, London, built in 1958 as the new headquarters and showroom for Arthur Sanderson and Sons, manufacturers of wallpaper, fabrics and paint for its centennial.

Japanese garden

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The building plan was fabricated around an open-to-the-sky inner courtyard with a Japanese garden designed by Philip Hicks.

Listed building

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In 1991, the Sanderson building was listed Grade II* by English Heritage.

English Heritage

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In 1991, the Sanderson building was listed Grade II* by English Heritage.

Denton Corker Marshall

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It was reopened on 25 April 2000 by Morgans Hotel Group after refurbishment by Philippe Starck and Denton Corker Marshall.

Danger Man

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The original building was constructed with a steel and glass frontage reflecting architecture of the 1960s that is seen in the opening footage of the 'Danger Man' television series.

Parking lot

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Its Courtyard garden was situated on top of an underground car park and fronted the wholesale trade sales area to the right.

Stained glass

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Originally the main entrance featured both lifts/elevators and a grand staircase which ascended against a huge stained glass mural masking the lift shafts.

Mural

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Originally the main entrance featured both lifts/elevators and a grand staircase which ascended against a huge stained glass mural masking the lift shafts.

Prince Eugen, Duke of Närke

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The painting was a reproduction of “The Cloud” by Swedish painter Prince Eugen.

Marina and the Diamonds

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In the summer of 2009, The Sanderson's courtyard hosted live sessions every week, called 'Sanderson Predicts'; featuring the newest UK artists, the gigs saw both Marina & The Diamonds and Little Boots perform before they were big stars.

Little Boots

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In the summer of 2009, The Sanderson's courtyard hosted live sessions every week, called 'Sanderson Predicts'; featuring the newest UK artists, the gigs saw both Marina & The Diamonds and Little Boots perform before they were big stars.

Alison Jacques Gallery

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Originally sited in a small townhouse off Bond Street, London W1, it relocated in 2007 to a 3500 sqft space at 16-18 Berners Street opposite the Sanderson Hotel in Fitzrovia.

List of Big Brother housemates (UK series 7)

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She was a bar hostess at London's Sanderson Hotel before going into the house.

Imogen Thomas

This prompted her to return to London to try glamour modelling, and also working as a bar hostess at London's Sanderson Hotel.