Lyme Park and Gardens, Cheshire

Visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lyme-park/

The National Trust’s Lyme Park and Gardens is an Edwardian sporting estate on the edge of the Peak District in Cheshire. With lavish interiors and gardens in addition to a 1,300 acre estate, the property was the setting for parts of the BBC production of ‘Pride and Prejudice’.

As part of New Expressions’ mentoring support scheme, staff at Lyme Park have been working with Arts & Heritage directors Judith King and Timandra Nichols to develop a brief for an artist.

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Sean Griffiths

Sean Griffiths is Professor of Architecture at the University of Westminster. Until recently, he was the director of the...view here