A recently completed project funded by English Heritage has seen us produce rectified elevations of the 16th century remains of Hanworth Palace.
The Palace was a residence of Henry VIII, and was given by him to Anne Boleyn before their marriage. The Palace was extensively redecorated by Anne Boleyn, and it is suggested that architectural fragments surviving may well date to her occupancy. Perhaps the most delightful remains are two sculptural roundels, which have been compared to the famous Renaissance terracotta roundels at Hampton Court.
Our Client was a leading practice of conservation architects, commissioned to produce a conservation management plan, which our drawings and photographs form an essential part of.