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Stirling Award winner

Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust

Stand: C59

Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust 40th year of courses for all levels of skill, carving stone in its place of origin, celebrated in collaboration with The Worshipful Company of Masons.  

Demonstrations and displays by stone carvers working on carvings for ‘Wren’s Way’ and ‘the Green Corridor’ for Wren300 legacy project. This includes student work from University of Arts London, CAD model of 81 Fleet Street Architrave informed by Paye Stonework & Restoration exceptional detailed drawings of its deconstruction,  Architectural Association ‘Bricoleurs’ student project and carvings by Senior Lecturer of Fine Art Oxford Brookes University. 

The Worshipful Company of Masons is number 30 in the order of precedence of the ancient Livery Companies of the City of London, as set by the Aldermen of the City in 1515.  The focus of our Livery Company is to preserve and encourage the use of natural stone in the built environment. This includes supporting the training of craftsmen as well as the preservation and appreciation of iconic historic stone buildings.




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Drill Hall Gallery and Stone Work Space
Easton Lane
United Kingdom

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