Joining us this year, John Evetts will be discussing the history of The Landmark Trust, including some of the earliest buildings to become 'Landmarks'. Discover the challenges of furnishing Landmarks, where John will explain issues in project and maintenance work, and hear about the biggest challenges he had faced throughout his experience.
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John Evetts has shaped the presentation of the Landmark Trust’s 198 historic buildings for almost 40 years. He knows each building and its surroundings intimately; his first project being Piazza di Spagna in Rome and his proudest project being The Grange, Augustus Pugin’s home in Ramsgate. From his workshop at Wormington Grange in Gloucestershire, John advises Landmark on the furnishings and settings of its buildings: simplifying the landscape so that the building can speak for itself. John started his career as a photographer before joining Landmark in 1976.