Built in the late 1400s and situated on Sheep Street, this wonderful timber-framed townhouse has been a vintner, or seller of wines, since the 1600s. Did the Great Bard of Stratford, William Shakespeare, purchase his wine here?
Another build for the collection and also a concept design for a commissioned piece. The final design will have propper printed stickers with the name of the shop. One of many that will now soon be purchasable, just need to get the first few up and running.
This is what I love about England. It has in tact 2nd millennium historical buildings like this and so many. I suppose much of Europe has, but I have a soft spot for the English styles, in particular the massive move to Gothic styles in the middle ages. Being an Australian/Greek I grew up with very post Victorian English sensibilities, and when I went to Greece, what I noticed most in terms of architecture was that, the structure was either over 2000 years old, or no more than 50 years old! There was no in between anywhere! Love your work, keep building!