Overlooking the historical English Harbour in Antigua, this neglected Palladian building was beautifully restored in 2006 after nearly a decade of Hurricane devastation. Once the home of the King William IV, then serving under Captain Nelson of the H.M.S Pegasus, Clarence House is part of Nelson’s Dockyard National Park and is the epitome of Colonial elegance.

TBKS, asked by renowned island architect Andrew Goodenough, provided a specification for the restoration that focused on a copper bronze finish. Due to the extreme weather conditions that face The Caribbean, we chose to rely upon top quality British Manufacturers to ensure that all locks, hinges and window fittings were fit for purpose.