Aug 2012

Job: 

Valence House

Location: 

Dagenham, London

Materials: 

Fiberglass, Ebalta Board

This lovely series of projects was for Valence House in Dagenham. The first is a model of a monastry which was destroyed during the reformation. It was intentionally installed so that it could be touched, so was modelled and surfaced in hard wearing resin, and the details kept to a minimum so it would be durable. The second project was a false perspective archeaological dig, with a flat relief turning into a life-size scene. Again, this was within reach and was made in Fiberglass, from a clay sculpted original. The last project was two life-size figures showing a Briton attacking a Roman invaded. This was first sculpted in clay, and cast in Fiberglass from plaster waste-moulds.

  • Windsor Workshop Model Monastery for Valence House    Image by Windsor Workshop
  • Windsor Workshop Model Monastery for Valence House    Image by Windsor Workshop
  • Windsor Workshop Model Monastery for Valence House    Image by Windsor Workshop
  • Windsor Workshop Model Monastery detail    Image by Windsor Workshop
  • Windsor Workshop Interactive 'Archaeology' display    Image by Windsor Workshop
  • Windsor Workshop Interactive 'Archaeology' display    Image by Windsor Workshop
  • Windsor Workshop Fiberglass Roman soldier defending against Briton    Image by Windsor Workshop