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The Prince's Foundation Mathew Lloyd Architects

The new staircase - a light and elegant steel structure - rises in an enclosed void which extends from the basement to the fourth floor of the foundation, a late nineteenth-century furniture warehouse. The original cast iron columns have been cleaned and painted, the brick walls have been sandblasted and the enclosure has been lined on one side with a dry-lined plasterboard partition to comply with fire regulation standards.


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