Vincent Terrace Lime Plastering, Islington
Vincent terrace is one of several similar type terraces situated with the Duncan Terrace/Colbrooke Row Conservation Area in Islington, North London.
These terraces being representative of the early- mid 19th century development of Islington.
A Grade ll listed building this was completed c.1840 by the builders William Beckingham; John Wilson; and Thomas Allen on behalf of the dairy farmer and landowner John Rhodes.
SCOPE OF WORKS:
All internal lath and plaster to be replaced across ground to second floors
Installation of machined chestnut laths by hand
Application of 3 coat lime plaster
Soft angles to external angles of all chimney breast reveals.
Manufacture moulds to match the original cornice profiles and designs
Inclusive of plain run mouldings to the ground and first floors; enriched block to the entrance hallway and acanthus leaf ceiling roses.
Insulation of Chestnut laths to nib wall of entrance hall
Same as above – to stair soffit and internal wall partition
Plaster keys as viewed from rear of laths
First coat of lime plastering to stair soffit and internal wall partition
First coat lime plastering to landing walls, front room ceiling and key view rear of laths
Second coat lime plastering
Finish coat lime plastering to walls and ceiling of entrance hall
Creation of soft angles to chimney breast reveals