Lord Harrowby's House, 39, Grosvenor Square (Daylight)VR

Rob Nutter of RH Viz worked with WCRAG volunteers to help us step back in time to when the Cato Street conspiracy took place in 1820.

Here you can have a virtual reality tour of Grosvenor House, where the Cato Street Conspirators aimed to kill Lord Liverpool and his cabinet on the night of the 23rd February 1820.

About the VR

Lord Harrowby’s House at 39 (44) Grosvenor Square was reproduced using V-Ray for Cinema 4D from period resources on the British History Online website:

https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol40/pt2/plate-44

Lord Harrowby’s house was the venue for the cabinet dinner, where the Cato Street Conspirators aimed to kill Lord Liverpool and his cabinet on the night of the 23rd February 1820.

Texturing is created using Substance Designer. The project is designed with VR in mind and as such is UnReal engine ready.

Short video of the VR and screenshots

Here is a short YouTube version of the work RH Viz have undertaken on Lord Harrowby’s home at Grosvenor Square (daylight version ) plus some rendered images from the VR.

Lord Harrowby's House 39 Grosvenor Square as it was in 1820 by daylight
Daylight view of Lord Harrowby's house in Grosvenor Square
RH Viz Developed 3D VR sequences on Lord Harrowby's house at 39 Grosvenor Square from archive images
Rob Nutter RH Viz
RH Viz used archived plans of Grosvenor Square on the British History Online website to recreate Lord Harrowby's home in Grosvenor Square that was demolished in the 1950s.
Rob Nutter RH Viz
Birdseye view of Lord Harrowby's Grosvenor Square home by RH Viz
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RH Viz recreated the cobbled streets outside Lord Harrowby's home at 39, Grosvenor Square
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