Kenwood House

The square acanthus leaved capitols at the top of Robert  Adam’s  Kenwood house were failing from iron corrosion, ASC ltd. were asked to take a silicone rubber mould of one, cast in plaster and  fully restore then re-mould. This also included several variations of the pilaster capitol including half, three quarter and full corner units.

As a light weight option these 900mm square pieces were made from hollow GRC, ready for decoration, we also replaced the pilaster bases in the same fashion.

In addition to these works we  also restored and produced a ‘lamb’s tongue moulding to run around the front gable on the North side of the building.