The Hampton office building is one of the best examples of the Tudor style revival. The design incorporates a historical look combined with modern amenities for a contemporary managed office. The building has elements characteristic of the Tudor style, including a clock tower, white stucco with brown wood elements, a high roof, and a dense rhythm of window divisions. Even the wall-climbing ivy reinforces the Tudor style.
Chelsea’s Cafe is a delightful place to relax, offering good food, drinks, and live music in an intimate, casual atmosphere. Architect Roger Peter Porter took inspiration from the Tudor style revival to create this elegant, yet casual, environment. The main entry is accented by an arch resting on six elegant columns. The entry is a main feature in the building massing, and creates nice balance with a long, high roof elevation. Colors are in accordance with the Tudor style, with brick walls, white stucco, and hunter green painted wood elements.