“One of the best design episodes yet” says Channel 4’s George Clarke about tomorrow’s Restoration Man

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Featured on this week’s Restoration Man: A 10ft glass chandelier designed by Mark Brazier-Jones for Chapel House Harrogate, tweeted here by George Clarke

“Mark is a natural project manager and has such a passion for this building” – George Clarke, C4’s Restoration Man

A flurry of media activity this week has revealed new glimpses of what Channel 4’s next episode of The Restoration Man has in store on Thursday. Its host George Clarke has tweeted his stupendous image of a glass chandelier created by renowned furniture designer Mark Brazier-Jones, specially for Chapel House Harrogate, the property being renovated by Yorkshire-born developer Mark Hinchliffe. Clark’s tweet declared: “One of the best design episodes yet”.

In the hour-long show Clarke’s TV cameras capture the three-year rebirth of the Grade II listed Victorian Chapel and its neighbouring Sunday School.

◼︎ Channel 4, 9pm, Thursday 28 January 2016: The Restoration Man

More on the art being installed at Chapel House

About The Chapel HG1

Owner, property developer, collector. Reach me via email info@thechapelhg1.com Chapel House Harrogate has been renamed The Chapel HG1
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