Clients & Case Studies


 

 

Cliveden House, Taplow

Grade I, originally constructed in the 1670s. The main building is an 1850s reincarnation by Charles Barry. It is famous for the Profumo Scandal, but also has a long line of illustrious occupants and owners. It is now a 5 star country house hotel. Ellen researched the architectural history for Natalie Livingstone for her book 'The Mistresses of Cliveden'.


 

 

Stone Gappe Hall, Lothersdale

Early 18th century house with 16th century origins. Possibly remodelled by John Carr in the late 18th century. Briefly, once the home of Charlotte Bronte and later frequented by the composer Delius. It was also one of the first youth hostels in Britain. Now a beautiful family home.


 

 

Oulton Hall, Norfolk

Grade II mid-18th century manor house with 16th century origins. Gutted by fire April 2015. Ellen researched the full history to inform and enable the reconstruction.


 

 

Manor House, Ware

Grade II* house with a history dating back to the 13th century when it was an "Alien Priory". Ellen researched the structural and social history of the house and traced an unbroken line of owners and occupiers from 1533 to the present day.


 

 

Cumberland Terrace, Regents Park

Part of the Nash Terraces, a Grade I house, built in 1827. Ellen researched the social and structural history of the house in advance of internal alterations. The research revealed that the house was the birth place of novelist, Daphne Du Maurier, which was not known by the owner, The Crown Estate.


 

 

Theobalds Manor, Cheshunt

Grade II Queen Anne farm house with substantial mid-20th century additions. Originally part of King James I's private Theobalds Estate. The house was once the home for the estate bailiff and later a place to entertain royalty.


 

 

The Old Rectory, Limington

Grade II house with a long, eminent history. Substantial 18th and 19th century stone construction with a surviving 15th century core. Research uncovered detailed plans and drawings and specifications for extensive 1830s work.


 

 

12 Pickwick, Corsham

Grade II listed as one of a pair with No. 14. This is a mid-18th century house built by Quakers and later connected to the Pickwick Brewery. Ellen traced the social and structural history of the house from 1756 to the present day.


 

 

Hammonds Place, Burgess Hill

A Grade II 15th century house with Elizabethan, Victorian and Art Deco additions. The research brought together the structural and social history of the house from its construction circa 1450 to the present day.


 

 

Hawley House, Blackwater

Grade II 18th century manor house with connections to Francis Dashwood and the Hellfire Club. Research took the house back to the Elizabethan period and land occupation back to 13th century. An unbroken list of occupants was uncovered from 1604 to the present day.


 

 

The Mill House, Newport Pagnell

Grade II late 18th century house. There had been a mill on the site from 9th century up to the turn of 20th century.

Professional Clients

ADP Interiors
Architectural Heritage
Boundary Space
Chris Dyson Architects
Le Lay Architects
Nicholas Jacob Architects
Purcell
Roger Mears Architects
TRP Architects
Yiangou Architects
 

Some Previous Projects

 

Berkshire

Cliveden, Taplow
King John’s Palace, Colnbrook
Pound House, Riseley

Buckinghamshire

The Mill House, Newport Pagnell
The Old Manor House, Cholesbury
3 Walton Terrace, Aylesbury

Derbyshire

Raven House Farm, Ashover

Essex

Sutherland Lodge, Prittlewell

Gloucestershire

Devonshire House, Cheltenham
Notcliffe House, Deerhurst
Tally Ho Barn, Guiting Power

Hampshire

Winslade House, Winslade
Wath Cottage, Damerham
Hawley House, Blackwater
Staplens Cottage, Yateley
HMP Kingston, Portsmouth

Hertfordshire

Mutfords, Hare Street
Apple Tree Farmhouse, Chorleywood
Cherry Tree Hall, Datchworth
Theobalds Manor, Cheshunt
The Manor House, Ware
Black Swan House, Ware

Kent

Riverside, Aylesford

London

36 Cadogan Square, Chelsea
The Clock House, Chelsea
13 Sydney Mews, Chelsea
20 Cathcart Road, Chelsea
28 St Leonards Terrace, Chelsea
Guards' Chapel, Chelsea Barracks
7a Eaton Square, Belgravia
 

19 Chester Square, Belgravia
12 Eaton Place, Belgravia
12 Eccleston Mews, Belgravia
9 Arkwright Road, Hampstead
Heath House, Hampstead
17 Lonsdale Square, Islington
161-169 Essex Road, Islington
29 Almeida Street, Islington
285 Kennington Road, Kennington

34 Cornwall Gardens, Kensington
16 Stafford Terrace, Kensington
17 Kensington Palace Gardens
44 Queen’s Gate Mews, Kensington
52 Princes Gate, Kensington
15 Kensington Gate, Kensington
54 Sheffield Terrace, Kensington
33 Portland Place, Marylebone
17 Portland Place, Marylebone

41-42 Chester Terrace, Regent’s Park
5 Park Square West, Regent’s Park
Grosvenor Hotel, Victoria
Royal Automobile Club, St James’
44 Grove End Road,St John’s Wood
43 Hamilton Terrace,St John’s Wood
The Governor’s House, Woolwich

Manchester

The Cooperative Complex
Victoria Station
Trafford Town Hall
London Road Fire Station
Castlefield Quay
Potato Wharf
Manchester Central Station and Great Northern Warehouse
Hanging Ditch Post Office

Newcastle

Pilgrim Street Police Station
Dex Garage, New Bridge Street

Norfolk

Oulton Hall, Oulton
Hickling Hall, Hickling

Northamptonshire

Mill House, Stoke Doyle

Somerset

The Old Rectory, Limington
Ashwick Court, Ashwick

Suffolk

Valley Farm, Heveningham
Huntingfield Hall, Huntingfield

Surrey

Munstead Place, Godalming
Cherkley Court, Leatherhead
Glenfield House, Bletchingley

East & West Sussex

Hammonds Place, Burgess Hill
Beal House Farm, Kirdford
Horsegrove, Wadhurst
The Old Farmhouse, Norton

Warwickshire

The Old Manor House, Dorsington

West Midlands

Careless Green House, Stourbridge
The King's Arms, Bloxwich

West Yorkshire

Stone Gappe Hall, Lothersdale

Wiltshire

31 New Road Chippenham
12 Pickwick, Corsham


 
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