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New Work

Alongside the traditional restoration carving which has been a large part of my practice, I have also produced work for new buildings. The ornament for new classical design uses canonical forms. On all too rare occasions there are also opportunities to introduce carved ornament into buildings of contemporary design.

Atlas Fountain, Kenilworth Castle

The commission to carve and install a new marble fountain at Kenilworth Castle was part of a larger project by English Heritage to recreate an Elizabethan garden.

Christ’s College Gatehouse Carvings

This small project is an example of an all too rare opportunity to introduce carved ornament into a contemporary building.

Globe Theatre, London

The Globe Theatre in Southwark is famed as the recreation of the theatre Shakespeare knew. Few people are aware that the site also houses a recreation of the Phoenix theatre, designed by Inigo Jones, the architect who introduced Palladian Classicism into England.

Roundhill, Hampstead

The incidence of building new mansions in the Classical style has increased hugely in recent years, designed by specialist practises such as Quinlan Terry and Adam Architecture.

Juxon House

Juxon House is a new commercial building in the Paternoster Square development adjacent to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Forming one side of a renewed urban space in front of England’s greatest baroque building, the design of this new office block was highly sensitive.

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