THE LYCH GATE FOR TODDINGTON HOUSE, LITTLEHAMPTON
Toddington House is a Grade II listed property. The brief included the design and build of a traditional handcrafted exposed oak Lych Gate structure over a new vehicular access. The gate was crafted using natural green oak and cedar shingles on the roof.
Submitted by: jbA Architecture, Chichester. www.jbarch.co.uk
Architect: jbA Architecture.
Craftsmen: Ben Wooddrow, Casbrook Ltd, Chichester. Tel: 07970 220 952 | Hugh Brown, Chichester. Tel: 07966 198 355.
CHRIS PAYNE, REPAIRS TO TUDOR CLOSE, ROTTINGDEAN
The aim of the project was to investigate and carry out necessary and extensive repairwork to the deteriorating external gables, timberframe and building fabric, involving a detailed investigation and report.
Submitted by: Nick Edwards, Tudor Close Residents Association. Details on request.
Architect: Roger Bunney, EAR Sheppard, Eastbourne. www.earsheppard.co.uk
Contractors: Heartwood Construction, Kingston, nr. Lewes. www.heartwoodconstruction.co.uk
AARON WRIGHT, RESTORATION OF EAST WINDOW, ST SAVIOUR’S CHAPEL, ARDINGLY COLLEGE, ARDINGLY
An integral part of the restoration at the Chapel was the large East window (seven lancet with tracery). The work was undertaken by Chapel Studio with a significant part of the restoration, particularly the main Christ panel, undertaken by craftsman, Aaron Wright.
Submitted by: Neville Barker, Ardingly College, Haywards Heath. www.ardingly.com
Architect: Peter Pritchett, Paramount Architecture, Eastbourne. Tel: 07771 536 818.
Contractors: Chapel Studio, Norfolk (Stained Glass Restoration). Tel: 01603 891 505.
Craftsman: Aaron Wright, Chapel Studio (Lead Glazier).
Other: Neville Barker (College Project Officer).