Laura Mansel-Thomas, Stuart Norgett and Iain Bramhill of Ingleton Wood recently attended the annual Kier Christmas Reception in the grand setting of The Great Hall of Banqueting House in Whitehall, London.
Everyone enjoyed a very well attended evening, with over 400 guests including two special guests dressed in historical dress as the original Architect of the Inigo Jones building and its commissioner King James 1st, who shared the building’s history in being one of the only buildings in London to survive the Great Fire. It is also the only building to still have a large selection of well-preserved original Rubens’ paintings which are featured on the ceilings throughout the building. The Inigo Jones building is the only building in the world to have his paintings originally commissioned and still in place.
We’re looking forward to joining our client, University of Essex, at the upcoming formal charity celebration dinner at the Women of the Future Appeal with Shami Chakrabarti and Sandi Toksvig. Kier have commenced work on a new £10m STEM building where Ingleton Wood are providing Architectural and Principle Designer services.