Category Archives: Tudor

Archaeology at Bradgate House

It was a pleasure to be invited by Dr Richard Thomas of the University of Leicester’s (UoL) School of Archaeology and Ancient History to their site at Bradgate House in Leicestershire this week to have a preliminary look at the … Continue reading

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Bradgate – Laser Scanning a Tudor Country House

The Digital Building Heritage Group have been gathering data on one of Britain’s earliest unfortified brick historic country houses including carrying out a series of up-to-date, high resolution, wide area laser scans. A ruin since the late 18th century, Bradgate … Continue reading

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De Montfort University Opens New Heritage Centre

In a landmark event, De Montfort University’s Vice Chancellor Professor Dominic Shellard opened the University’s new heritage center in its Hawthorne building today. Occupying a space which includes the remains of two of the original arches of the medieval chantry … Continue reading

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AHRC Filming at De Montfort University

Last month the Digital Building Heritage Group (DBHG) were “on-camera” when representatives from the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) came up from London with their film crew (Brickwall Ltd) to film some of our 3D printing and laser … Continue reading

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3D Printed Model of Old Tixall Hall Tudor Bay Window

We are delighted to be able to post this image of our recently created 3D printed model of one of the bay windows from Old Tixall Hall in Staffordshire. We produced this model in collaboration with our Heritage Lottery Fund … Continue reading

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Late Medieval Window in Staffordshire – Laser Scanning and Reconstruction

Recreating any lost architecture requires careful consideration and checking once it has been completed. Steffan and Asem have been doing this by carrying out further work on the Tixall Window for our AHRC Connected Community, Community Heritage Partners The Haywood … Continue reading

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Representing Re-Formation: 3D Prints of Howard Tombs

The Digital Building Heritage Group were in Norfolk last week to look at two 3D printed models produced as part of a £664,551, AHRC Funded, UK government Science and Heritage Programme project called Representing Re-Formation. This 3 year project which … Continue reading

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The Tixall Tudor Window Rebuilt (Virtually)

As we posted last month the DBHG have been working on the digital reconstruction for the The Haywood Society of a 16th century Tudor Window from Old Tixall Hall in Staffordshire, England as part of an AHRC and HLF funded collaborative … Continue reading

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Old Tixall Hall 16th Century Bay Window

The Haywood Society is one of our eleven successful Heritage Lottery Fund “All Our Stories” partners and the Digital Building Heritage Group (DBHG) is assisting them with a digital reconstruction of a very special window. Tixal is a small village … Continue reading

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AHRC Success – Full Steam Ahead on Heritage Projects

The Digital Building Heritage group has been granted a substantial award by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) as Follow on Funding to assist eleven of our Community Heritage Partners with their Heritage Lottery Fund “All Our Stories” projects. … Continue reading

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