The Westminster Abbey Chapter House, London, UK.
Carved portrait heads modelled on project’s architects - Stow and Beale Conservation Architects. (Chilmark Stone)
Pinnacle - All three heads: VIEW
Marcus Beale Architect: VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3 VIEW 4
Barry Stow Architect: VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3 VIEW 4
Kate Sanders Architect: VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3
Carved medieval Bishops head: VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3
Griffin, Lincolnshire, UK.
Carved heraldic griffin and shield on wool sack with relief carving of Martlet (Limestone). VIEW 1 VIEW 2
The London Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London, UK.
Two carved, 2 metre tall statues, a Lion and a Unicorn (Red Sandstone, Course Hill).
Lion: VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3 VIEW 4 VIEW 5
Unicorn: VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3 VIEW 4 VIEW 5
Darnley Mausoleum, Kent, UK.
Intricately carved cornice stones.
Carved heraldic coat of arms comprising a shield with two griffins, a crown and a motif 1.5 metres high by 3 metres long above the main entrance (Portland Perryfield stone).
Masoned reredos (Marble Bianco P).
VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3 VIEW 4 VIEW 5 VIEW 6
The U.K. Supreme Court, Parliament Square, London, UK.
Carved Lions head. (Portland stone). VIEW 1 VIEW 2 VIEW 3