INTER IORS 5 155 C AT H E D R A L C O MM U N I C AT I O N S T H E B U I L D I N G C O N S E R VAT I O N D I R E C T O R Y 2 0 2 1 PAINT RESEARCH Research and conservation of historic decorative paints and finishes. Utilising some of the very best conservation technologies to rediscover our decorative past Our portfolio of projects include many iconic buildings, historic interiors, royal palaces, maritime heritage, military vehicles, structures, theatres and historic artefacts. • Architectural paint research • Lead paint analysis •Mortar analysis • Conservation of historic interiors • Object conservation • Paintings conservation • 3D scanning and replication www.lincolnconservation.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org 01522 835055 or 5051 @LinConservation ■ Architectural and historic paint research ■ Historic wallpaper research and conservation ■ Mortar and render analysis ■ Historic interiors conservation including gilding ■ Cleaning, conservation and restoration of decorative finishes ◾ HARE & HUMPHREYS LTD 27 Kelso Place, Kensington, London W8 5QG Tel 020 7833 8806 Fax 020 7837 3650 Email email@example.com www.hare-humphreys.co.uk PAINT RESEARCH : See also: display entry in Interiors Consultants & Conservators, page 161. ◾ HELEN HUGHES HISTORIC INTERIORS RESEARCH & CONSERVATION 5 Fulbrook Mews, London N19 5EN Tel 020 7263 5916 Mobile 07917 070119 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.helenhughes-hirc.com HISTORIC INTERIORS RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION : Architectural paint research investigations focus on the examination of historic paint layers, documentary evidence and structural development. Research investigations findings are presented in simple format jargon-free reports which provide a range of conservation solutions and redecoration options – and may be delivered to project teams as PowerPoint presentations if requested. As a recognised historic paint and heritage interiors specialist Helen Hughes can also provide authoritative heritage statements to accompany listed building applications. Details of previous projects, conservation news and publications may be found on the website. Helen Hughes is a fully accredited Icon Conservator-Restorer and a Fellow of the International Institute of Conservation. Follow HIRC on twitter @HistoricInt.