The Gothic Tower
Painshill Park, Surrey
As part of the restoration of Painshill Park, the 18th-century Gothic Tower needed to be restored and brought back into use as a functional building.
The four-storey, 90-foot-high Gothic Tower, built of brick in the 1750s, was an imitation of a medieval watchtower.
The tower had been used residentially in the 19th century. In 1973, it was gutted by fire.
It was restored in 1989 with residential accommodation on the first and second floors, and visitor facilities on the ground floor, third floor and roof.