A multidisciplinary practice specialising in sculptural timber structures for both public and private clients.
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
White Hart Dock
Clearly inspired by the shape of water-going vessels - even the plaque is shi...
Artist and craftsman. Born Lewes. 1825 moved to London and married his cousin Mary Harrild. He invented a commercially viable colour printing process, producing prints of religious and topical subj...
Student at Eltham High School, who co-designed the Buddy Bear statue in Woolwich.
Goldsmith, working in 1291-3.
Royal Carriage Department
The Royal Brass Foundry in Woolwich was already producing carriages as well as guns but in 1803-5 a building dedicated to carriages was constructed - see picture. John's Military History, the sour...
The King's Road
It derives its name from the fact that It was King Charles II’s private road to Kew and wasn’t opened to the general public until 1830. Mary Quant opened her shop ‘Bazaar’ here in 1955. Along with ...