43 Hatton Gardens, London
43 Hatton Gardens was originally a church built along with the Hatton Estate in the 1600's. Shortly after, it was changed to be a charity school - hence the statues of the boy and girl and is now an office space. KEIM Royalan and KEIM Soldalit were applied onto the two concrete statues to give a new, vibrant finish. KEIM Restauro Lasur was applied on the door archway to equalise the stone colour variations.
Before photo credited by Hugh Anthony Interiors Ltd