An 18th Century Country House in Hertfordshire

Our brief was to remove six 20th Century casement windows from the first floor of the front elevation.
Traditional joinery techniques were used to manufacture six new weighted box sash windows, these were made to the same specifications as the oldest and most original box sashes within the front of the property.
The matching of the slim glazing bars and restoration glass adds to the elegance of these windows, helping to restore the original façade of the building.

Original Casement

Casement windows to be removed.

New box sah windows

New box sash windows being installed.

The Charterhouse Chapel

A Grade I Listed Chapel in London dating back to the 14th century.

Our brief was to remove the 20th Century additions from the altar and restore the integrity of the panelling.

Oak panelling and mouldings were manufactured in our workshop using traditional carpentry techniques to the exact design of the older woodwork. Two new handcrafted icon panels were then installed, creating a new chapter in its history for generations to enjoy.

Charterhouse Project

The altar with the 20th century additions and tapestry

Charterhouse Project

Plywood that was behind the tapestry.

Charterhouse Project

Panels are removed exposing the framework.

Charterhouse Project

The first of the two icons are installed.

Charterhouse Project

Oak panelling and mouldings are installed into framework.

Charterhouse Project

Fully restored altar

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