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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)

Stoke Rochford Hall Plasterwork Ceiling Stevensons of Norwich

IN SITU PLASTER REPAIRS

Plaster Preservation

Wherever possible, in situ repairs will take place on the plaster mouldings using traditional methods to match the existing design. This includes the re-securing of loose plaster, physical repairs to cracked or damaged surfaces, and ensuring that the moulding is secured firmly to primary and secondary fixing points.

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RESTORING STONE ARCHITECTURE

STEVENSONS-STONE®

Thanks to the unique properties of Stevensons-Stone® in replicating natural stone, buildings with architectural stone components in need of restoration can be convincingly replicated in fine detail. Our team of craftsmen will create a detailed mould of the existing design, into which the Stevensons-Stone® material will be poured and set, creating a faux stone replica of the original stone architecture.

Projects

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 Queen’s 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 Queen’s Gallery received award’s recognition upon completion, with the Judge’s 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 Queen’s 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 Queen’s Gallery received award’s recognition upon completion, with the Judge’s 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”.

London, UK

St Paul's Church, Clapham

Lath and Lime Plaster Restoration

After a partial collapse of the nave lath and plaster ceiling within this community church, Stevensons were invited to complete a ceiling survey and report on the overall condition.

Close inspection revealed that a combination of age and water ingress had affected the integrity of the ceiling, and a plan for repair was drawn up. Through the use of stainless steel fixings, the existing laths were secured, and the damaged section restored using traditional lime plaster techniques.

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London, UK

St Paul's Church, Clapham

Lath and Lime Plaster Restoration

After a partial collapse of the nave lath and plaster ceiling within this community church, Stevensons were invited to complete a ceiling survey and report on the overall condition.

Close inspection revealed that a combination of age and water ingress had affected the integrity of the ceiling, and a plan for repair was drawn up. Through the use of stainless steel fixings, the existing laths were secured, and the damaged section restored using traditional lime plaster techniques.