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Practical Building Conservation: Timber

Practical Building Conservation: Timber

…Care and Maintenance: Continuing care; Conclusions; Glossary; Index.Reviews:The Practical Building Conservation volumes offer considerable information and advice on many aspects of conservation& Great emphasis is placed in all the volumes on making the reader familiar with the material in…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Conservation Basics

Practical Building Conservation: Conservation Basics

…most part adaptable to current expectations of commodity firmness and delight. The choices we make about what and how to conserve - and our changing opinions about conservation - reflect current attitudes to the past and the values we ascribe to its material remains. These choices in their…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Metals

Practical Building Conservation: Metals

Conservator in the Building Conservation and Research Team at English Heritage. She is a trained wall-painting conservator as well as specialising in the conservation of metals.Dr Robyn Pender is also with the Building Conservation and Research Team as a Senior Architectural Conservator. She is a…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Concrete

Practical Building Conservation: Concrete

…may preclude this even though patina can play an important part in its appearance. One of the problems with conserving this complexmaterial is that as yet the number of concrete conservation projects is small and there has been little opportunity for long-termmonitoring of the results.Materials…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Stone

Practical Building Conservation: Stone

…stone conservation. Alison Henry who contributed extensively to this book is a Senior Architectural Conservator in the Building Conservation and Research Team at English Heritage. She was previously a local authority conservation officer; as well as running her own business as a stone conservator

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Roofing

Practical Building Conservation: Roofing

This volume Roofing looks at traditional roof coverings used on historic buildings. Many materials and systems have been used to provide roof coverings and the book provides information about their technological evolution the processes causing deterioration and ways of assessing problems and…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Building Environment

Practical Building Conservation: Building Environment

This volume Building Environment looks at the interaction between building materials and systems and their surroundings and how this may lead to deterioration. It presents ways of assessing remedial treatments and includes discussions on occupant health and sustainable retrofitting.Published:…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Mortars, Renders & Plasters

Practical Building Conservation: Mortars, Renders & Plasters

…education and as a conservation officer.John Stewart is also co-author of this book and Senior Architectural Conservator with the Building Conservation and Research Team at English Heritage. With training in architectural history and conservation he has been a conservator conservation advisor and…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Glass and Glazing

Practical Building Conservation: Glass and Glazing

Conservator in the Building Conservation and Research Team at English Heritage. She is a building physicist with training in wall-painting conservation.Sophie Godfraind is also an Architectural Conservator with the Building Conservation and Research Team and a trained wall-painting conservator who…

£80.00

Practical Building Conservation: Earth Brick & Terracotta

Practical Building Conservation: Earth Brick & Terracotta

…these should be assessed and the methods used for their repair and maintenance.About the Author: The contents reflect the work of the Building Conservation and Research Team their colleagues at Historic England and their consultants and researchers who together have many decades of accumulated…

£110.00

Rhubarb & Raspberry Scented Tea Lights

Rhubarb & Raspberry Scented Tea Lights

…way to freshen any room. The tea lights are made in England by Beefayre who donates 3% of its profits to UK bee conservation projects. Highlighting their commitment to conservation the tea lights are made from hand poured natural plant wax and are encased in recycled glass pots. Beautifully packaged…

£6.99

Lime Blossom Scented Tea Lights

Lime Blossom Scented Tea Lights

…they will freshen any room. The tea lights are made in England by Beefayre who donates 3% of its profits to UK bee conservation projects. Highlighting their commitment to conservation the tea lights are made from hand poured 100% natural plant wax and are encased in recycled glass pots. Beautifully…

£7.99

Honey Lily Scented Tea Lights

Honey Lily Scented Tea Lights

…aroma of honey lily. The tea lights are made in England by Beefayre who donates 3% of its profits to UK bee conservation projects. Highlighting their commitment to conservation the tea lights are made from hand poured 100% natural plant wax and are encased in recycled glass pots. Beautifully…

£7.99

Newcastles Grainger Town

Newcastles Grainger Town

Grainger Town is an area of Newcastle named after Richard Grainger who remodelled the town in a style which became known as Tyneside Classical. This is a history of that remodelling and of the area as a whole. Paperback 74pp Informed Conservation PUB DATE: December 2003

£7.99

Monuments and the Millennium

Monuments and the Millennium

…philosophical and political issues associated with monument building to more practical aspects of conservation and repair.The book will be welcomed by a wide international audience of conservators artists architects art historians planners critics students and all those concerned with the welfare…

£5.00

Measured and Drawn

Measured and Drawn

…Heritage's Conservation Principles: policies and guidance for the sustainable management of the historic environment (2008) which has placed documenting and learning from decisions as a core principle with accessible records recognised as essential to the conservation process. The principles…

£15.00

Guidebook: Brodsworth Hall and Gardens

Guidebook: Brodsworth Hall and Gardens

…house has survived with most of its original contents and was given to English Heritage in 1990.Since then it has undergone a comprehensive conservation programme before opening to the public for the first time in 1995. This souvenir guide contains a full tour of the house from the opulent interiors…

£4.00

Manchesters Northern Quarter

Manchesters Northern Quarter

…and culturally distinctive quarter of the city.The book will have a broad appeal both to the established urban community and to those with an interest in the city of Manchester and its buildings.Paperback 88pp71 colour and 8 b&w illustrationsInformed Conservation Publish Date: November 2008

£9.99

The Hat Industry of Luton

The Hat Industry of Luton

…renowned.Highlights the significance of the surviving buildings of the hat industry and proposes a strategy for future conservation Part of the critically acclaimed Informed Conservation seriesAlthough perhaps best known today as the home of Vauxhall Motors Luton's industrial roots run much…

£9.99

Poppy Bee Mug

Poppy Bee Mug

…your morning drink the mug is made in the finest bone china to bring out the very best flavours of your tea or coffee. It is designed in England by Beefayre who donates 3% of its profits to UK bee conservation projects.Key Features:Designed in EnglandFine bone china350ml capacityDishwasher safe

£5.00

Metric Survey Specifications for Cultural Heritage

Metric Survey Specifications for Cultural Heritage

…used by heritage professionals when specifying survey work throughout the historic environment sector and by academics researching building conservation this is the specification for the Metric Survey Framework Agreement.Since the publication of the second edition in 2009 there have been a number…

£50.00

Smoke-Blackened Thatch

Smoke-Blackened Thatch

…of the techniques that have helped thatched roofs survive for over 500 years. These findings have direct implications for archaeology building conservation modern thatching and agricultural botany - a significance reflected in joint publication by English Heritage and The University of Reading.Key…

£10.00

Stonehenge: World Heritage Site

Stonehenge: World Heritage Site

…the site and its surrounding landscape was inscribed on the World Heritage List. Since that time much effort has been given to improving the conservation management and presentation of Stonehenge and its environs. Research has also played an important role with several extensive surveys and…

£20.00

Bridport and West Bay

Bridport and West Bay

…and sailcloth: this industry expanded from the 18th century onwards with the construction of new mills and warehouses along with the continued use of traditional rope and twine walks creating a highly distinctive range of building types. Paperback 68pp Informed Conservation PUB DATE June 2006

£12.99

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