Anthony Seldon and Daniel Collings explores the palatial British ambassador’s residence in Washington, D.C. at 3100 Massachusetts Avenue in the book The Architecture of Diplomacy.
Designed by Edwin Lutyens and built in 1928 in the style of a Georgian mansion, the house is grandly Palladian, with limestone trimmed redbrick walls. It is located within the British embassy compound and it’s one of the grandest embassy residences in DC.
Hardcover: 236 pages
Publisher: Flammarion; 1st Edition edition (April 23, 2014)
Photography: Eric Sander