Nettleham Hall, an old building surrounded by farmland and hedgerows, is about to undergo a magnificent makeover. Despite a devastating fire and years of neglect, the ruins of the hall still hold fragments of its former grandeur. Taking advantage of Lincolnshire's tranquil setting and artistic heritage, the vision was to transform the hall into a center for the restoration of paintings and antiques. In addition to restoration work and craftsmanship, the renovated space will provide areas for recreation, offices, exhibitions, education in restoration techniques, and community events, breathing new life into this historic site while celebrating local arts and crafts traditions.For these broken items, we seek the cooperation of the antique market, which will be considered a useless burden, or recycle them after they are restored or creatively designed in a new way.
This center is a place where they can be safely stored. The site will be designed to house books, paintings, photographs, dyed fabrics, and other two-dimensional products, which will be sorted and processed to ensure their preservation and storage.
In addition to storage and preservation, the exhibition center and gallery together will serve as an educational center for local residents. It will provide an educational and active environment for visitors, showing them the workflow. The ultimate goal is to bring these meaningful old objects back to light, to make their existence more meaningful, and to allow people to continue to carry fond memories with them.