Clubs and Societies

Nov 26th, 2010 | | Clubs and Societies | No Comments

Boodle’s Club

Patrick Baty has been working on the paint and colour at Boodle's for a number of years

Boodle’s is a gentleman’s club that was founded in 1762. It has been at 28 St James’s Street since 1782.

The club-house was designed by John Crunden in 1775 and the ground floor was refurbished by John Buonarotti Papworth between 1821 and 1834.

Measuring paint colour with a spectrophotometer

I was asked to carry out a colour survey of the building using a portable spectrophotometer. Since then my company Papers and Paints has been supplying paint, specially mixed, to match existing colours.

I carry out projects of many different types in my work with paint and colour. See a slideshow of some recent ones:

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