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New Neo-Classical Chapel in Oxfordshire : Architectural Ornament

This contract involves the production of a large number of ornamental components for a new-build Catholic chapel and mausoleum situated in a private estate in Oxfordshire.

Master Craftsman Certificate

In February 2104, at a reception in Carpenter’s Hall in the City of London, Tim Crawley was awarded the prestigious Master Craftsman Certificate by the Livery Company Skills Council and Worshipful Company of Masons, which was presented by the Lord Mayor.

The Marsh Award for Traditional Building Skills

On May 5th 2011 at a reception held in the august surroundings of Lord Burlington’s Chiswick House, Dr Brian Marsh O.B.E. presented Tim Crawley with a cheque for £1000 as the winner of the Individual Award for Traditional Building Skills.

New President of the Master Carvers Association

Tim Crawley was elected as the new President of the Master Carvers Association at the A.G.M. held in October 2011.

Private Residence, Newmarket – Plaster Ornament

Whilst a large proportion of my work is stonecarving, the design and modelling skills required for this are transferable to other mediums, in this case the internal plaster decoration for a new-build classical mansion near Newmarket

Holborn Viaduct

When I began work at Fairhaven and Woods in 1999 the first job I undertook was for the restored N.W. stair of Holborn Viaduct, now known as Atlantic House.

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.

Westminster Abbey Statues

During the cleaning and restoration of the Western Towers of Westminster Abbey the architect and surveyor of the fabric, Donald Butress, was keen to add something new to the facade.

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.

Ten Modern Martyrs, Westminster Abbey

The project to fill the empty niches of the West Porch of Westminster Abbey was both a demanding and ambitious proposal, given the sensitive and public location on one of the most important and historic monuments in the country.

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