interiors

Temple Newsam – Encyclopedic Treasure House of National Importance

Chatsworth: stately and sublime

Hardwick Hall: The house that Bess built

Château Borély: where old and new luxury meet

Sutton House: A Tudor gem in trendy Hackney

Daniel Marot: Ambassador of courtly taste

Kenwood House: The Villa on the Heath

Linschoten: The Farmhouse that wanted to be a Castle

Het Loo: The Hunting Lodge that became a Versailles of the North

Middachten Castle: Restrained Exterior, Exuberant Interior

Renswoude Castle: protection through privilege

Heemstede Castle: Awaiting a brighter future

Huis ten Bosch: A modest Palace with a Grand Interior

The Hague: City of Royal Residences

Markiezenhof: Powerhouse of a Bygone Era

Breda: once a proud Castle

Palatium Summer School, Utrecht 2014

For the love of Gold: The Wallace Collection

Traditional Paint Forum: Relaunch 3-2-2015

Christchurch Mansion: not quite the sum of its parts

The Destruction of the Country House, V&A Study Day

Country House Study Day: Lamport Hall

Conference: The Period Room: Museum, Material, Experience The Bowes Museum, 18-20 September 2014

DEMHIST-ARRE Conference: Authenticity in the Conservation of Historic Houses and Palace-Museums

A merchants house with Royal pretentions; Kew Palace

The place Batman calls home; Wollaton Hall

Antiquity in the English Countryside: Kedleston Hall

The Bishop has left the Building: Auckland Castle