Home About News Current projects The Workshop Contact

Monumental Busts, Guildhall Art Gallery

The new Guildhall Art Gallery houses the substantial collection of paintings owned by the City of London. The Portland stone building was designed with an open loggia opening onto Guildhall Yard with four shallow niches on the rear wall.

Queen Mother Memorial, The Mall, London

At her death in 2002, the Queen Mother was pre-deceased by her husband George VI by 50 years. The decision was made to create a memorial to her by remodelling and enlarging the pre-existing monument to George VI.

Senate House and Old Schools, Cambridge University

The Senate House is the ceremonial centre of the University of Cambridge, where new graduates receive their degrees. Designed by James Gibbs in 1722 it is conceived as a classical temple of the Corinthian order.

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.

© 2015 Tim Crawley | Website designed and hosted by Harris Digital