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Managing an architectural ironwork project

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... ironwork project The planning and management of a successful architectural ironwork project is not much different to the delivery of any project, but there is a methodology of approach which can be useful. While there are additional...

Replication of architectural ironwork

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... ironwork Where ornamental components are missing or are unable to be conserved, or where ironwork is being re-instated after being removed it may be necessary or desirable to recreate missing structures or components. This provides...

Characteristics and common issues relative to particular structures based on case studies

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... Gardens in Paisley near Glasgow had been noted in the late 1990s as an unusual structure which had fallen significantly into disrepair. The local Council thought that refurbishment of the fountain and the park surrounding it had the potential...

Decay mechanisms and hazards

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... Non-metals gain electrons and form negatively charged ions, e.g., Cl–, O–2, S–, etc. Oxidation and reduction Metals tend to lose electrons when they are involved in a chemical reaction while non-metals tend to gain electrons. When an atom or ion...

History

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... involved in the newly formed Carron Ironworks, founded in 1759 in Scotland’s Central Belt with skilled craftsmen taken from Coalbrookdale. John Adam was a Partner until his death in 1792 but the family association lasted until the 1920s...

Intervention – key considerations in delivering a successful project

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... but not the iron. True success was realised by Professor Frederick S. Barff in England who published his methodology in 1877. George Bower and others provided developments of the original process but the Bower–Barff process was generally...

Survey and research

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... The strong influence of the Adam brothers at Carron can be seen as early as the 1770s yet Carron were casting from the original Haworth patterns into the 1980s. The classical forms employed in the 18th century continued to be in vogue...

Materials – materials, manufacture and products

David S. Mitchell

David S. Mitchell has worked in ironwork conservation for over 20 years and is currently Director of Conservation for Historic Environment Scotland, the national heritage body in Scotland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Conservation of Architectural Ironwork

Routledge, 2017

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... from general merchant bar to best, double best and treble best. This reflected the quality of the material and how much it had been worked. Historian David Landes noted: The puddling furnace remained the bottleneck of the industry. Only men...

Designing for Well-Being in Late Stage Dementia

Cathy Treadaway

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Cathy Treadaway is Professor of Creative Practice at Cardiff Metropolitan University and a founder member of the CARIAD. She is Principal Investigator on the Arts and Humanities Research Council LAUGH international design for dementia research project and where she has developed the approach of Compassionate Design. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jac Fennell

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Jac Fennell is a Research Assistant on the Ludic Artefacts Using Gesture and Haptics (LAUGH) Project University of Cardiff School of Art & Design. She has experience as an Interaction Designer and User Experience Consultant for multi-national companies. Her PhD focused on chance memories and supporting involuntary reminiscence by design. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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David Prytherch

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David Prytherch is Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Coventry University investigating non-pharmacological interventions for people with dementia, based on perceptual theories of intrinsic haptic reward and neurocognitive calming, he is Co-Investigator on the LAUGH Project. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Gail Kenning

Gail Kenning is Honorary Reader in Design for Ageing and Dementia at the Centre for Applied Research in Inclusive Arts and Design (CARIAD), Cardiff Metropolitan University, a Researcher at University of Technology Sydney and Co-Investigator on the LAUGH Project. Her research is concerned with art and creativity in relation to digital media, craft, textiles, health, well-being, ageing and dementia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Andy Walters

Andy Walters is Professor and Director of Research at PDR-International Centre for Design and Research located at Cardiff Metropolitan University and a founding member of the User-Centric Design Group. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Pathways to Well-being In Design : Examples from the Arts, Humanities and the Built Environment

Routledge, 2019

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... Life and participants who attended LAUGH project workshops throughout the research. References Aked, J., Marks, N., Cordon, C. & Thompson, S. (2008) Five Ways to Well-being: A Report Presented to the Foresight Project on Communicating...