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The Marble Saloon at Wentworth Woodhouse has been called the finest Georgian room in England, 2013
The Watch
South Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Wentworth Woodhouse

Wentworth Woodhouse, the largest house in the United Kingdom, is one of the most important historic buildings at risk in the country today.
The first class gala pool, which has been closed since 2003 for safety reasons, with filigree cast iron arches and spectator galleries, 2013
Active Project
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Moseley Road Baths

Moseley Road Baths, an Edwardian time capsule still in use and serving a diverse urban community, is now at risk of closure due to cutbacks in government spending.
Newstead Abbey Partnership initial meeting, June 25, 2014
Completed Project
Ravenshead, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

Newstead Abbey

Newstead Abbey is best known today as the ancestral home of Lord Byron (1788–1824). The original Newstead Abbey was founded by Henry II as an Augustinian priory in the twelfth century.
General view from SE, March 2003
Completed Project
Leominster, United Kingdom

St. John the Evangelist Parish Church, Shobdon

The stone exterior of St. John the Evangelist Parish Church is deceptively humble compared to its dramatic interior of richly decorated finishes and matching furniture and fittings.
Grade II* Listed Dockyard Church in current state of dereliction, would make an ideal entrance / museum for the Dockyard History. Presently still threat of vandalism.                                      , 5/17/2008
Completed Project
Sheerness, United Kingdom

Sheerness Dockyard

Sheerness Dockyard is of great significance in architectural, engineering, and naval history.
Completed Project
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Edinburgh Historic Graveyards

Five historical burial grounds are scattered around Edinburgh’s city center, oases amid the dense urban surroundings often full of students and tourists.
Long Gallery, post-conservation, June 3, 2011
Completed Project
Twickenham, United Kingdom

Strawberry Hill

Strawberry Hill seamlessly blended landscape design, architecture, and decorative arts to forge a new direction in eightheenth-century design and culture.
Completed Project
Wick, Caithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Castle Sinclair Girnigoe

Castle Sinclair Girnigoe is a complex of ruined stone structures built and modified over a 200-year period, historically one of northern Scotland's most powerful families.
Exterior, July 2011
Completed Project
Selby, United Kingdom

Selby Abbey

Although Selby Abbey is now a parish church, it was one of England's great monastic churches, built on a grand scale and to a high level of architectural and artistic mastery.
Completed Project
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Saint Vincent Street Church

Saint Vincent Street Church is the sole survivor of three churches designed for the city of Glasgow by the influential and renowned Scottish architect Alexander Thomson.
Facade from angle, Dec-96
Completed Project
East Manchester, United Kingdom

Saint Francis Church and Monastery

Edward Pugin’s Saint Francis Church and Monastery in Gorton, Manchester is recognized as a masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture.