SUSSEX SQUARE, BRIGHTON
A long forgotten underground vault designed by Sir Edward Lutyens in 1919 for Lady Sackville West located behind 39-40 Sussex Mansions in Brighton, has been carefully restored and adapted to a repurposed residential use. An important Grade I listed property, originally designed by Brighton Signature Regency architect Charles Augustin Busby, built in 1827.
Submitted by: Savills, Petworth www.savills.co.uk
Architect: Ewan Stoddart, Savills
Site Manager: Paddy Dangerfield, Dangerfield Construction Management, Dorking www.dangerfieldconstruction.co.uk
Contractors: Dangerfield Construction Management
Craftsmen: Neil Puttock, Meronden Designs Ltd, Fareham www.merondendesigns.co.uk
Other: Sebastian Shelly (Interior Design) email@example.com | Luke Carter, Lewis and Co Planning Consultants, Brighton www.lewisplanning.co.uk | Lisa Fisher (Principal Archaeologist), Archaeology Services Lewes. www.aslewes.co.uk