Archive | Reproduction of ornate plaster mouldings

Prestigious FIS Gold Award for Leeds company

The excellence of the work done by Ornate Interiors, who have operated from premises in Pudsey for over 20 years, has been recognised with the Gold Award for Heritage Plastering in this year’s Construction Industry’s Finishes and Interiors Sector (FIS) presentations. The judges considered 50 shortlisted projects across 12 categories. The Heritage Plastering Gold Award […]

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Oldham Town Hall

Sector: Public Main Contractor: Morgan Sindall plc Architect: BDP (Architects) Manchester Client: Oldham Council Services • Specialist plaster repairs to heritage features • Reproduction and installation of mouldings • Lime on hardwood lath ceilings • Lime plastering to masonry walls In 1841 building work started on the landmark Town Hall in Oldham, the North-Western town […]

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Apex Hotel, Edinburgh

Sector: Hotels Main Contractor: Bovis Architect: Ian Springford Architects Services • Lath and lime plaster • Restoration of ornate mouldings • Reproduction of ornate mouldings • External render The Apex Hotel is a listed Georgian property in the centre of Edinburgh. Ornate Interiors carried out repairs to the traditional lime plasterwork, mostly onto riven laths, […]

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Leeson Park

Sector: Residential Main Contractor: Merrion Contracting Architect: Coady Partnership Services • Restoration and replication of ornate plaster mouldings Leeson Park is among the smartest residential areas in Dublin. This particular property had been converted to a dozen bedsits, a change that destroyed its former Victorian grandeur. Much of the fine plasterwork that was such a […]

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Gorton Monastery

Sector: Ecclesiastical Main Contractor: William Anelay Limited Architect: Austin Smith Lord Services • Lath & Lime plastering • Reproduction of plaster mouldings Gorton Monastery was founded on a four-acre site in East Manchester, acquired in the 1860s by Franciscan monks for £2,200. Built between 1863 and 1867, the friary was designed by Edward Welby Pugin, […]

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Stable Block, Nostell Priory

Sector: Buildings of Historical Interest Main Contractor: William Birch Architect: Rodney Melville & Partners Services • Mortar Analysis • Lime plastering • Reproduction of ornate plaster mouldings • External stucco rendering The house was built in 1733 on the site of a 12th-century priory, by James Paine for Sir Rowland Winn. The Stable Block was […]

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