Godolphin House, Cornwall

GODOLPHIN SEMINAR 19th November 2016 (PDF) godolphin-seminar

This pilot project, titled Creative interpretation of granite building conservation and restoration methods at Godolphin House, Cornwall, was funded through the AHRC’s Cultural Engagement Fund. The project ran from February to June 2016.

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After a period of time producing audio-visual records of the people and granite at Godolphin House, David made a granite block from rough for the restoration of the East Shippons agricultural buildings at Godolphin House, and a small bird bath for the medieval garden. Godolphin volunteers and visitors were encouraged to engage with the masoning process, and an audio-visual record was made for display and the Godolphin archives. David is also producing a Cultural Geology (R. Ferraby, 2015) document on the columns of Godolphin.

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