The Circus is a famous example of Georgian architecture in the city of Bath, begun
in 1754 and completed in 1768. The Circus, originally called King's Circus, was designed
by the architect John Wood the Elder, and built by his son, John Wood the Younger
. There have been several restorations since, notably the Bath carver Gilbert Sumption
restored parts of the decoration. The photo left shows the condition the 1950s when
acid rain was destroying all the fine decoration. Nimbus under my direction conserved
six houses belonging to the City The photos below show before and after conservation.