The house was decorated in a faux Louis Seize style. We redesigned the interiors and partially the exteriors to create a modern bungalow with a private gallery for the African carving collection of the client. The works have been done by David Lightfoot Design.
We had the pleasure to be involved as Conservation specialists in the rebuilding of a decorated plaster ceiling with traditional methods in a Grade II building in Mayfair. The challenge was to re-create the original design in all its details without extensive documentation. The artists Geoffrey Preston and Jenny Lawrence have carried out both the design and realisation of the decorative plasterwork meanwhile the lath and plaster ceiling has been realised by Hayles and Howe.
St Peter’s extension has been completed last November and we had the pleasure of attending the inauguration of the building with the local community! The collaboration with David Lightfoot Design has been essential for the quality of the end result.
Hemingford Abbots, Cambridgeshire
Para 55 planning approval granted for our art and architecture collaboration with Kate Whiteford
At their planning meeting on March 19th Huntingdon District Council gave approval (subject to section 106 legal agreements) to the scheme for ‘Landart House’ – a fusion of landscape art and inhabited building which has been the outcome of a collaboration between the artist Kate Whiteford and Hugh Cullum Architects.
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