Queen's Chapel

External plaster work
Render repairs, external moulding repairs and limewashing.
Finished render repairs and lime washing
Finished render repairs and lime washing

The Queen’s Chapel is one of the few remaining Inigo Jones buildings. Originally commenced for a Spanish prince and then finished for a French prince, the building is largely made from brick and rendered in lime with ashlar lines struck into it before being limewashed to look like stone. The string course, the protruding band that sheds rainwater away from the wall between the ground and first floor, was also rerun.