Issue 51 of Construction View Online includes a feature on Bromley Town Hall and the images show some of the beautiful decorative plasterwork restored by Artisan Plastercraft. Click on the page spreads and navigate to pages 61-63 to read the full article.
Bromley Old Town Hall was originally built in 1907 and is a grade II listed building which has been empty for more than a decade. The regeneration project has transformed the disused building into flexible office spaces and hospitality facilities. The building contains dedicated offices, private desks, a podcast room, members’ lounge, café, and terrace.
The plaster services we provided on this project included:
- The application of traditional lime render to masonry walls in rooms throughout the building
- Re-secure, repair or renew lath and plaster ceilings with hand riven laths and three coat traditional lime plaster where identified by our on-site survey
- Repair and replace sections of fibrous plaster cornice in selected rooms, matched to existing
You can read more about the lime and decorative plaster services we offer and projects we have worked on by browsing these pages of our website. For specific advice or to obtain a quote please contact us.