Tag : colour survey

The Sorting Office Blue
Sep 29th, 2015 | | Colour Services | Commercial premises | Portfolio | No Comments

The Sorting Office

New Oxford Street Elevation The Sorting Office, 21-31 New Oxford Street, is a stand-alone part eight / part nine storey post-war building formerly used by the Post Office for sorting mail. It was built by the old...

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Patrick Baty has colour-matched colours uncovered during paint investigations and advised on technical matters
Dec 11th, 2010 | | Conservation | 4 Comments

Queen Charlotte’s Cottage, Kew

Queen Charlotte’s Cottage is an early example of a cottage orné, a rustic cottage built as a country retreat rather than as a residence. It was an ideal location for a modest retreat where the Queen and the...

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Patrick Baty carried out the analysis of the paint in the Painted Room.
Dec 10th, 2010 | | Commercial premises | Conservation | Portfolio | No Comments

Spencer House

Spencer House was commissioned by John, 1st Earl Spencer in 1756. The architect he chose was John Vardy who had studied under William Kent. Vardy is responsible for the facades of the mansion that we see...

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Patrick Baty matched paint colours inside the house and worked on the Memorial Arch designed by Sir Hugh Casson
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Conservation | Exterior | National Trust | Portfolio | No Comments

Polesden Lacey

Polesden Lacey, Surrey, was once lived in by the poet and playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan (whose London house I have also worked on - see Hertford Street). In 1906 it was purchased by Mrs Ronald Greville, a...

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Patrick Baty has carried out various colour projects at Wilton House
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Conservation | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | No Comments

Wilton House

Wilton House is the seat of the Earl of Pembroke, in Wilton near Salisbury, Wiltshire. I carried out colour work here - including matching the stippled red on the Little Smoking Room Walls (see below) - and a...

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Patrick Baty measured the painted organ pipes to reproduce the paint colours
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Institutions | Places of Worship | Portfolio | No Comments

All Saints, Margaret Street

All Saints, Margaret Street is an Anglican church in London built in the High Victorian Gothic style by the architect William Butterfield and completed in 1859. All Saints is also noted for its musical tradition....

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Patrick Baty carried out spectrophotometric work at Stourhead
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Colour Services | Conservation | National Trust | Portfolio | Comments Off

Stourhead

The Stourton family, the Barons of Stourton, had lived in the Stourhead estate for 700 years when they sold it to Henry Hoare I, son of wealthy banker Sir Richard Hoare in 1717. The original manor house was...

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Patrick Baty carried out the analysis of the paint in the Great Conservatory
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Conservation | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | 1 Comment

Syon House

In the 18th century, Hugh Percy, 1st Duke of Northumberland, commissioned architect and interior designer Robert Adam and landscape designer Lancelot "Capability" Brown to redesign the house and estate. Work began...

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Patrick measured the stonework of the façade and supplied a paint that matched it for the bell tower.
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | No Comments

Crosby Hall

Crosby Hall is a historic building in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London. Part of the buildings architectural features are from the Great Hall, which is the only surviving part of the mansion of Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate...

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Patrick Baty colour-matched the ceiling of the nave
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Institutions | Places of Worship | Portfolio | No Comments

Ealing Abbey

The Benedictine monastery at Ealing, in west London, was founded in 1897 from Downside Abbey. The original church was designed by the Scottish architect Frederick Arthur Walters (1849-1931) and was altered following...

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