The latest design to result from the successful collaboration between Haddonstone and the renowned Sir John Soane’s Museum is the Soane Adam Plinth, shown here with the Piper statue (sold separately) Incorporates ornate swags and roundels typical of the Adam style.
Haddonstone offers a number of other Adam style designs including sundials, planters and finials.
|height||425 mm||16 3⁄4”|
|weight||135 kg||297 lb|
|depth at base||510 mm||20 1⁄8”|
|width at base||510 mm||20 1⁄8”|
Sir John Soane was a British architect notable for his unique interpretations of the Neoclassical style.
Having built the Bank of England, Dulwich Picture Gallery and rebuilding three houses in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, he is considered one of the most inventive British architects of his time.
Number 12 Lincoln’s Inn Fields was raised to the ground, rebuilt and engaged as his home, office, and a space for his collections.
Number 13’s original stable block was transformed into a new office and museum space, which he filled with plaster casts and Roman marbles.
He rebuilt number 14 and rented out the front part as a separate house. The stables and courtyard at the back were demolished and replaced with an extension to number 13 which became the Picture Room.
In 1833, he negotiated an Act of Parliament: to preserve his house and collection and to keep it open and free for inspiration and education.
And, as he intended, Soane is still inspiring us, nearly 180 years later.
Whether you’re working on a private residential or large commercial project, or if you are interested in home and garden products, our friendly and expert team are happy to discuss your requirements.
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