Palace coup

Kew Palace, with the new lift shaft on the site of the former privy shaft.

Purcell Miller Tritton's refurbishment of Kew Palace is discreet and authentic, even down to the position of the new lift shaft. Now it's access for all, if a bit heavy on the ‘interpretation'

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