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The Style and Characteristics of Georgian Architecture

The Style and Characteristics of Georgian Architecture

“Doors and windows are condemned by passing fools who know not that they condemn Palladio’s Rules” Jon Gay, Epistle to Paul Methuen, 1720 from Steven Parissien, “Interiors”2009 In this article we describe the main characteristics of Georgian architecture, a period...

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Timber remains the Ideal Material for Interior Doors

Timber remains the Ideal Material for Interior Doors

“The first rule of sustainability is to align with natural forces, or at least not try to defy them” Paul Hawken There is an expression “you can't make a good silk from a goat's fleece” and the same principle applies when selecting the correct material for interior...

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Repair, Restore or Replace Your Period Door

Repair, Restore or Replace Your Period Door

The sensitive restoration of a period property raises a number of questions relating to the choice of interior joinery details and door design. Regardless of whether the property is listed or not, we urge you to consider door designs that date from the same period as...

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Georgian classical newbuild in Henley on Thames

Georgian classical newbuild in Henley on Thames

Classically styled new build properties reach perfection when the quality and styling of the internal details are harmonious with those of the exterior. This was certainly true in the case of this prestigious townhouse redevelopment project in Henley on Thames. The...

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The Bishops Avenue London

The Bishops Avenue London

Over 100 bespoke internal doors and 2 kilometres of Atkey and Company's Victorian Collection architraves and skirting were created, supplied and fitted in the creation of a vast classically inspired new build luxury property on the exclusive The Bishops Avenue,...

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John Nash’s influence on London’s Regency architecture

John Nash’s influence on London’s Regency architecture

John Nash was one of the most successful, prolific and influential architects of his generation, responsible for the impressive Regency streets, squares, terraces and crescents that give London much of its unique character to this day. Nash is synonymous with Regency...

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