Syon House

The present house at Syon is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland whose family have lived here for over 400 years. It was constructed during the later part of the 16th century on the site of the 15th century Syon Abbey.

Our work has been related to the ongoing repair of the bath stone cladding and comprehensive roof repair works which has been necessary to remove metalwork from the building elevations added in the 1830’s but which through deterioration has caused the failure of a large proportion of the construction.

In addition, design studies have been carried out to examine the refurbishment and conservation of the residential wings of the house for new use.

The present house at Syon is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland whose family have lived here for over 400 years. It was constructed during the later part of the 16th century on the site of the 15th century Syon Abbey.

Our work has been related to the ongoing repair of the bath stone cladding and comprehensive roof repair works which has been necessary to remove metalwork from the building elevations added in the 1830’s but which through deterioration has caused the failure of a large proportion of the construction.

In addition, design studies have been carried out to examine the refurbishment and conservation of the residential wings of the house for new use.

The present house at Syon is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland whose family have lived here for over 400 years. It was constructed during the later part of the 16th century on the site of the 15th century Syon Abbey.

Our work has been related to the ongoing repair of the bath stone cladding and comprehensive roof repair works which has been necessary to remove metalwork from the building elevations added in the 1830’s but which through deterioration has caused the failure of a large proportion of the construction.

In addition, design studies have been carried out to examine the refurbishment and conservation of the residential wings of the house for new use.

The present house at Syon is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland whose family have lived here for over 400 years. It was constructed during the later part of the 16th century on the site of the 15th century Syon Abbey.

Our work has been related to the ongoing repair of the bath stone cladding and comprehensive roof repair works which has been necessary to remove metalwork from the building elevations added in the 1830’s but which through deterioration has caused the failure of a large proportion of the construction.

In addition, design studies have been carried out to examine the refurbishment and conservation of the residential wings of the house for new use.