The Georgian period is recognised for its attention to symmetry, scale and proportion, following the 'Classical Orders Of Architecture' in both structure and detail. Simple mathematical ratios and formulas were used to determine detail such as size of column in relation to the entablature, and height of a window and door in relation to its width.
This elaborate structure for a Grade II* Georgian Mansion was built in 1996, having gained approval from The Georgian Group for our design.
Elaborate dentils, cornices, pediments and parapets particular to this period can be used to great effect. Traditional techniques and methods in joinery are adopted within all our structures.