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Stevensons of Norwich
Vulcan Road South
Norwich
NR6 6AF
United Kingdom

The Stevensons of Norwich showroom is open
8am-5pm, Monday to Friday
(exc. Bank Holidays)

Stevensons of Norwich Bespoke Plastwork

Experienced with projects ranging from private houses to larger public sites, Stevensons of Norwich have undertaken extensive plasterwork projects across the world.

All our fibrous plaster products are made from gypsum plaster quarried in the UK, using FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) accredited UK sourced timber lathes.

Bespoke Plasterwork Projects

Grenadines

Private Residence, Mustique

Bespoke Plasterwork Design

Constructed in a Mughal style, the Great House on the island of Musitque presented a unique architectural challenge for our team of craftsmen, with an extensive project of plasterwork created for both the interior and exterior of the property.

Designed to reflect authentic Mughal detail from the Akbar, Shah Jahan and Jahangir, the plasterwork across the site required our team to immerse themselves in Mughal architecture, followed by a year long period of moulding and installation. Plasterwork created for the property included panel moulds, arches, porticos, columns and more, installed across the Great House and the Hidden Garden.

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Grenadines

Private Residence, Mustique

Bespoke Plasterwork Design

Constructed in a Mughal style, the Great House on the island of Musitque presented a unique architectural challenge for our team of craftsmen, with an extensive project of plasterwork created for both the interior and exterior of the property.

Designed to reflect authentic Mughal detail from the Akbar, Shah Jahan and Jahangir, the plasterwork across the site required our team to immerse themselves in Mughal architecture, followed by a year long period of moulding and installation. Plasterwork created for the property included panel moulds, arches, porticos, columns and more, installed across the Great House and the Hidden Garden.

London, UK

Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Bespoke Design & Restoration

As part of a larger restoration project by the Royal Collection Trust, Stevensons of Norwich were invited to renovate the Queens Gallery within the grounds of Buckingham Palace.

For the impressive Lecture Theatre within the Gallery, Stevensons designed a bespoke ceiling rose, which was mounted within a striking central pendentive ribbed plaster dome, set within a perfect square. The walls within the Lecture Theatre included plaster arches and columns, and the room was finished with a range of ventilation rosettes. Alongside interior work, we used our own Stevensons-Stone® material to cast new exterior cornice, and an ornate sign for the building entrance.

Our work on the Queens Gallery received awards recognition upon completion, with the Judges commenting that the geometry was very difficult, but the effect, carried out perfectly, was well worth it, and noting that Stevensons carried out the best single piece of plasterwork seen this year: the enriched lintel and brackets to the doorway leading from the stair into the entrance lobby.

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London, UK

Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Bespoke Design & Restoration

As part of a larger restoration project by the Royal Collection Trust, Stevensons of Norwich were invited to renovate the Queens Gallery within the grounds of Buckingham Palace.

For the impressive Lecture Theatre within the Gallery, Stevensons designed a bespoke ceiling rose, which was mounted within a striking central pendentive ribbed plaster dome, set within a perfect square. The walls within the Lecture Theatre included plaster arches and columns, and the room was finished with a range of ventilation rosettes. Alongside interior work, we used our own Stevensons-Stone® material to cast new exterior cornice, and an ornate sign for the building entrance.

Our work on the Queens Gallery received awards recognition upon completion, with the Judges commenting that the geometry was very difficult, but the effect, carried out perfectly, was well worth it, and noting that Stevensons carried out the best single piece of plasterwork seen this year: the enriched lintel and brackets to the doorway leading from the stair into the entrance lobby.