Royal Warwick Square is London's newest addition to the garden square tradition. The apartment buildings stand elegantly around a landscaped courtyard garden offering a contemporary interpretation of this charming London feature.
The first London garden squares were built in the early 17th century. Today there are over one hundred garden squares in Kensington and Chelsea, mostly accessible only to the residents of the square.
As well as providing a private oasis to relax in, garden squares play an important role in London's ecology, welcoming birds, bees, butterflies, wild flowers and other flora as well as regulating climate.