Architectural


All Saints, London: Cleaning of ceramic tilesAll Saints, London: Cleaning of ceramic tiles
Sir John Soane's Museum: Monks YardSir John Soane's Museum: Monks Yard
Orangery, Kew Gardens: Stoneware lion and unicornOrangery, Kew Gardens: Stoneware lion and unicorn
Westminster Cathedral: BaldachinoWestminster Cathedral: Baldachino

Architectural conservation provides us with some of the most interesting and challenging projects that we come across. From large scale projects to the smallest of details we are always keen to be involved with the conservation of our built heritage.
Harrow on the Hill: Drinking FountainHarrow on the Hill: Drinking FountainFire surround, 18th CenturyFire surround, 18th Century
The materials and techniques used on such architectural elements as fireplaces, plaster ceilings, mosaics, sculptural embellishments etc. are often the same as in sculpture. Some of the finest carving and modelling can be found on a marble fireplace or high up on an elaborately decorated plaster ceiling.
Somerset House, London: Portland stoneSomerset House, London: Portland stoneVictoria and Albert Museum: Norfolk House music roomVictoria and Albert Museum: Norfolk House music room
Our skills are readily transferable to a diverse array of architectural projects. Taylor Pearce have been involved in a wide range of such projects over the years; from rebuilding a 250,000kg foundation for a 19th century steam engine to the complete dismantling and rebuilding of period rooms in a major museum, to the casting of tiny composition flowers for a fire surround.
St Peter's, Eaton Square: MosaicSt Peter's, Eaton Square: MosaicWapping: Coadestone, charity figuresWapping: Coadestone, charity figures