This derelict central London property needed substantial restoration to its plasterwork when British Mouldings was contacted by our client. The Grade II listed building, Bryanston Square had many different cornices that needed restoring and some were almost entirely lost when we commenced work onsite. Our team gathered all the necessary samples to allow us to re-tool the cornices before all the ceilings were removed completely. Back at our workshop we then reverse-engineered the required tooling to be able to manufacture and return to reinstate a new plaster cornice to return the property to its former beauty.
The main reception room was redesigned to incorporate a large plaster archway which sat above two original Ionic-era fluted pilasters. Our designers worked closely with the architect to design a set of complimentary fluted columns that mimicked the pilasters. Time and care were taken to ensure the design was a true representation of the pilasters, in column form. The columns, base and capitols were all manufactured and installed by our skilled team, completing the architect’s desired aesthetic of the archway.