DescriptionThe Horniman Museum was opened in 1901 as a gift of Frederick Horniman. Designed by Harrison Townsend it was, and is, one of the most original Art Nouveau buildings in England with its distinctive Clock Tower and barrel roofed main hall.
The works involved:
Specifically, the repairs to the internal of the clock, required internal scaffolding to a restrictive area and all works were carried out manually, in order to avoid any dust.
External survey of the stonework was also required, using rope access.
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