Restoration and conversion of Grade 1 listed house in Gloucestershire
Restoration and conversion of an important 40,000 sq ft Grade 1 listed manor house in Gloucestershire for the artist Damien Hirst. The building was built in the 1830s and is an early example of the Gothic Revival style subsequently developed by Barry for the Houses of Parliament. It was originally the home of the Hanbury Tracy family and was converted into a school in the mid-20th century. It features fine stained glass and extensive stone carving throughout as well as a rare example of a 200m covered gallop. Reconstruction started in 2005.