Hall Conservation Ltd


  • The completed Bus Shelter, before the development of the patina.

  • The completed Bus Shelter, before the development of the patina.

  • Drawn line component.

  • Bus Shelter roof (5mm thick spun steel) before cutting to shape.

  • Drawn line connected to book component.

  • Bus Shelter completed in the studio.


Date:20 May, 2013

Project Information

Bus Shelter is one of Phillip King’s last exclusively steel sculptures and was fabricated for him by Andrew Naylor for the Museum of Steel Sculpture, Coalbrookdale.  In addition to being qualified conservators, artists, and designers, the conservators of Hall Conservation Ltd are craftspeople in their own right, and so are sympathetic to the needs of other artists.  Hall Conservation Ltd has experience of:

Advising artists, collectors and curators on the conservation implications of works or proposed works.

Constructing new works from maquettes or drawings in a wide variety of materials.

Installation of sculpture at difficult sites.

Making multiples and editions.