Harlaxton Manor

Harlaxton Manor was built in the 1830s for Gregory Gregory, a wealthy Nottinghamshire businessman, to replace the original Elizabethan Manor House in Harlaxton Village. Having travelled throughout England and Europe seeking inspiration, ideas and indeed artefacts for this huge house, Gregory employed Anthony Salvin as architect and Harlaxton Manor must be regarded as Salvin's masterpiece. Built in Ancaster stone, it is an exuberant merging of Gothic, Jacobethan and Baroque styles creating an unforgettable and dramatic impact.

During the summer of 2013, I had the opportunity to travel on a work abroad trip to England with the agency Imagewest. For four weeks I worked on a team with three other designers and two account and public relations coordinators to brand Harlaxton Manor.

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