Tag : Christopher Wren

Malmesbury House
Jul 31st, 2011 | | Portfolio | Private Houses | Residences | 5 Comments

Malmesbury House, Salisbury

Malmesbury House, is in the Close of Salisbury Cathedral, in Wiltshire. Once called Cole Abbey, or Copt Hall, it was built on the site of some small medieval houses to the North of St. Ann's Gate, and was a canonry...

Patrick Baty has carried out several paint analytical projects in Marlborough House
Dec 9th, 2010 | | Government | Institutions | Portfolio | 3 Comments

Marlborough House

Marlborough House is in Pall Mall just east of St James's Palace. It was built for Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, the favourite and confidante of Queen Anne. The actual design was probably drawn by...

Patrick Baty carried out an analysis of the paint in the School building
Dec 8th, 2010 | | Organisations | Portfolio | School and Universities | No Comments

Winchester College

The School building at Winchester College was thought to have been designed by Sir Christopher Wren although this is now thought unlikely. The building measures 78ft by 35ft inside and is perhaps the finest and...

Nov 26th, 2010 | | Private Houses | 1 Comment

Fawley Court

Fawley Court stands on the bank of the River Thames just north of Henley-upon-Thames. There is evidence the site has been occupied since Domesday, although building in the current location is most likely to have...

Royal Naval College, Greenwich
Nov 25th, 2010 | | Institutions | School and Universities | No Comments

Royal Naval College, Greenwich

The Former Royal Naval College, Greenwich is one of my longest-standing clients. I have worked there since the days when it was occupied by the Royal Navy. Most of the site has been investigated by me. My work...

St Paul's
Nov 22nd, 2010 | | Places of Worship | No Comments

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral was built in the 17th century and designed by Sir Christopher Wren.  While working on the Tijou Screen at Hampton Court Palace I was asked to carry out a paint analysis of the wrought-iron gates...