21 October 2005
Stowe House in Buckinghamshire, one of Britain’s earliest neoclassical palaces, has won the 2005 RICS Building Conservation Award. The palace is undergoing a six-phase restoration and the accolade is for the restoration of the north front and colonnades. The project team includes project manager Bob Sharp, architect Purcell Miller Tritton, ...
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