Portmeirion in North Wales is the unusual Italian style village constructed by the architect Clough William-Ellis around various salvage items he had collected over the years in. Often featuring in the cult 60’s series ‘The Prisoner’.

In 2000-2001 we were asked by the Portmeirion Trust wether we could preserve some of the Victorian plaster ceilings from Castell Deudraeth, at the entranceway to the Italian village, which was being gutted ready for restoration and conversion into a brasserie.

The ceiling in the reception area is what remains. We also undertook the restoration of the octagonal ceiling to he porch area with 4 Gothic alcoves.