Richard Kindersley is renowned for his architectural lettering and sculptures so it was an honour to work with him on this large public art installation depicting the alignment of the pre Great Fire structure and the present Wren design outside the South Transept.
This project uses three types of English stone from the Isle of Purbeck and its intricate design was an enjoyable challenge.
Each piece was individually cut by water jet. To add further detail a number were then etched.
When it came time to transport this large piece we assembled it to fit the rectangular module of the background paving.
Each part of the design was individually referenced then delivered to the site, ready for laying.
Our team of experts then bonded the pieces to a granite slab and finished the process with grouting.