Professor Henry FraserArchitecural Historian / Heritage Consultant
Chairman, Sentinel Committee, Barbados National Trust
Writer, TV Presenter, National Orator & Motivational Speaker
Professor Emertius, Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology.
Immediate Past Dean, Faculty of Medical Sciences.
University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados.


Article Index

Category 1: Restoration of pre WW2 buildings (Residential)

Claybury Pl’tion House, St. John Habitats Arch Designs Inc. *1st

-A lot has been achieved in this restoration, with great sympathy and attention to detail in working with original / traditional    proportions, materials and details.

Beach Gate, Hastings Mark Hiorns *2nd

Camelot, Hastings Mark Hiorns


Category 2: Restoration of pre WW2 buildings (Non-residential)

Arlington House, Speightstown Gillespie and Steel *1st

-A most faithful and successful restoration of a very old and important, iconic building, with splendid adaptive re-use

The Pavilion, Hastings Gillespie and Steel *2nd

-A most faithful restoration, from a severely damaged and long neglected building, with many challenges

George Washington House Gillespie and Steel Honourable Mention

Herbert House, Fontabelle Robertson Ward Assocs. Honourable Mention

The Synagogue complex, B’town Tomlin Voss Associates Honourable Mention

Chancery House, Bridgetown Mark Hiorns

Sedwych Mark Hjorns

Henry Fraser Historic Houses Of Barbados Book CoverHistoric Houses of Barbados
Written by Henry Fraser & Ronnie Huges.
Available at all book leading book stores in Barbados.

Henry Fraser Treasures Of Barbados Book CoverTreasures of Barbados
Written by Sir George Alleyne and edited by Henry Fraser.
Available at the UWI Bookshop the publishers.

Henry Fraser Chattle House Book CoverBarbados Chattel Houses
Written by Henry Fraser and Bob Kiss.
Available at all leading book stores.

Henry Fraser A-Z Barbados Book CoverA-Z of Barbados Heritage
Written by Sean Carrington, Henry Fraser, John Gilmore and Addington Forde.
Available at Days Bookstore Barbados and

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