Kenneth Partridge was born on August 24, 1926, and died on December 7, 2015.
Kenneth was an English interior designer, who created homes for two of the Beatles, and showrooms for fashion designers Hardy Amies and Norman Hartnell.
He was born in Brockley, south London, the son of Sidney Partridge, an electrical engineer and factory manager, and his wife Dorothy (nee Brown).
Kenneth served as a Bevin Boy during World War II.
John Lennon bought Kenwood, St. George’s Hill on July 15, 1964, and spent £40,000 on remodelling it, employing Partridge for the interior design, habing admired his work at the Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein’s house.
Kenneth Partridge passed away at age 89 in December 2015.