Room 32 is the largest gallery in the building. The purpose of this project was to reinstate the original decorative scheme of its architect, Edward M. Barry. The dark red wall cloth, ornate painted frieze and lunettes, whose designs alternate winged lions with dolphins, have all been reinstated according to the original colour scheme.
Gilding / Stenciling
Willmott Dixon Interiors
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