CDW are proud to present Royal Approval created by Kinetech Design in collaboration with Amari Interiors and Timberfusion. St John’s Gate saw the first performances of some of Shakespeare’s most famous works, including Twelth Night, Julius Caesar, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and Macbeth. The Master of Revels at the time, Master Edmund Tylney, was responsible for theatrical censorship throughout Elizabeth 1st’s reign and it was in this place that a host of Shakespeare’s plays were piloted. Kinetech Design have drawn on the history of the arch and showcase their strong kiri-origami style, flatterised in a structure that mirrors an Elizabethan ruff.

The project has been supported by Amari Interiors and Timberfusion.

Visit www.amariinteriors.com and www.timberfusion.co.uk for more information. Architectural visualisation by www.brightfieldstudios.co.uk

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