Artist’s House is a Grade 1 listed building which was the home of George Romney (1734-1802) the noted English portrait painter. It is a fascinating house set high on a hill in Hampstead, London with magnificent views over the city of London. Built in 1794, and then extended in 1806 when part of the house was used as assembly rooms. The house has maintained the original ball room, complete with speaker’s podium and being set on a hill the property covers many levels giving it a fascinating, higgledy-piggledy feel. All in all, this is a highly unusual property. The clients brief was to transform this unique building into a cosy, highly practical home for the family. That meant offering the latest cutting edge technology discreetly and sympathetically married within the constraints of a Grade 1 property. Foremost the house was to be a home, with the simplest of control without any unnecessary gadgetry and be future proofed for many years to come.