Clifton Lodge, Twickenham, is a detached two storey brick-built villa built between 1852 and 1865 in Italianate style and incorporating an earlier orangery. The service wing was extended soon after 1894. It is built of stock brick with stuccoed eaves cornice and band between floors and hipped roof with brick chimneystacks. It has seven windows facing south east, while other elevations have irregular fenestration. Sashes with marginal glazing to the original part of the building and with vertical glazing bars and horns to the service wing. The building has a very distinctive portico of a fretwork design.
Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance is based here. I was employed to advise on the external paintwork when the building was being restored.
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Dec 8th, 2010 | Patrick | Exterior | Organisations | Portfolio | School and Universities | No Comments