Hampton Court Palace
Feilden+Mawson has completed over 90 projects at Hampton Court Palace dealing with conservation-based matters. These include the re-presentation of the Tudor and Georgian State Apartments, the Mantegna Gallery, the restoration of the Great Kitchen chimney, the Bookshop Turret and the Tijou Screen and the new Tiltyard Restaurant.
We were engaged as architects for the restoration of the Privy Garden on the south front of Wren’s addition to the Palace. The project involved the restoration of the garden to its 1702 form, with a re-created planting lay-out, new fountain, steps and arbour.
The project has been awarded the RICS Award for Craftsmanship in Conservation and a Civic Trust Woodhouse Landscape Award.
Client:Historic Royal Palaces
Location:Hampton Court, Surrey