Queen's Chapel

External plaster work
Render repairs, external moulding repairs and limewashing.
The Queen’s Chapel is one of the few remaining Inigo Jones buildings. Originally commenced for a Spanish prince and then finished for a French, the building is largely made from brick and rendered in lime with ashlar lines struck into it before being limewashed to look like stone. Repairs to the string course, a protruding band that sheds rain water away from the wall between the grand and first floor was also rerun.