This view of the Entrance Hall at Soho House was taken in 1927 by Lewis and Randall. By then the former home of Matthew Boulton was Soho Hall Hotel.
Just visible behind the further column is a passage which was created in 1927 to provide access to the hotel dining room without having to pass through the owner's private sitting room (the room to the right of the picture visible through the open doors). The passage cut into one of the original arched alcoves.
The passage was blocked off and the alcove reinstated at a later date while the house was in use as a hostel for single policemen.
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