A few weeks ago we completed a new model for English Heritage for the grand re-opening of Eltham Palace, Greenwich London.
The site is now dominated by the stylish house built in 1933–6 by the architects Seely and Paget for Stephen and Virginia Courtauld. They incorporated the great hall – the most substantial survival from the medieval royal palace – into the design. Like the house, the palace’s 19 acres of gardens feature both 20th-century and medieval elements.
The model can be purchased from he English Heritage Online Store here
The model is available in two sizes at £195 and £100.