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Churchfield by Bradley and McAleenan Architects

HOW PATRICK BRADLEY BECAME GRAND DESIGNS’ MOST POPULAR ARCHITECT

After his Grand Designs showstopper, Patrick Bradley became one of the most sought-after architects in Ireland – now, he’s arrived in Chelsea with Bradley and McAleenan Architects

Things to do in London in March: The BADA Fair at Duke of York Square, Chelsea

WIN TICKETS TO BADA 2017 IN CHELSEA

Win one of 10 pairs of tickets to the BADA Fair with complimentary champagne in Chelsea this March

See The Beatles Unseen: Photographs by David Magnus at Proud Chelsea in March

UNSEEN PHOTOS OF THE BEATLES SET TO GO ON DISPLAY AT PROUD CHELSEA

Proud Chelsea is set to launch unseen photographs of The Beatles in March. Here, the man behind the lens, David Magnus, talks The Resident through a weekend with the Fab Four that he’ll never forget…

Kiru in Chelsea has launched a bottomless sushi brunch

RESTAURANT REVIEW: BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH AT KIRU, CHELSEA

​KIRU, ​the contemporary Japanese fine dining restaurant located on Chelsea Green, has launched a new weekend bottomless brunch concept without a smashed avo in sight…

GLOBAL APPEAL: HOW CHELSEA & BELGRAVIA ARE UPPING THEIR GAME

An in-depth look at the developments underway in Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia to grow the global appeal of three of London’s most exclusive shopping, dining and culture hubs

Restaurant review: Eight Over Eight, Chelsea

RESTAURANT REVIEW: EIGHT OVER EIGHT, CHELSEA

Eight Over Eight in Chelsea is one of London’s most iconic restaurants. Sure, with its rep among the Chelsea set and a fun, sociable approach to dining that includes a DJ, you’re guaranteed a good time, but how does the food fit into all this?

153 Old Church Street

DISCOVER WHICH FAMOUS ARTIST ONCE OWNED THIS CHELSEA HOME

This unique Chelsea home, once owned by a renowned Welsh portrait painter, has always remained in the hands of the same family. But it recently went on the market for the first time ever. The Resident discovers which famous artists walked these hallways

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