Past Projects

Francis spent over 20 years working for his father the eminent classical architect Quinlan Terry. The projects below were designed under that partnership.

  • House in Ireland House in Ireland

    House in Ireland

    This new house, completed in 2013, was designed by Quinlan and Francis Terry – their last collaborative project before Francis set up an independent practice – and constructed on the site of a late 18thCentury house, in a fine, mature landscape park. In 2015 it was awarded the Georgian Group’s inaugural Diaphoros Award for original, transcendent Classical design.

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  • Addition of Wings to house in Dorset Addition of Wings to house in Dorset

    Addition of Wings to house in Dorset

    Built by Quinlan and Francis Terry in 2000-02, the house in Dorset is a serene, dignified, four-square classical pile inspired by Palladio. Built of materials far finer than brick and stucco it is remarkable for combining four different stones which provide a range of subtly varied colours.

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  • House in Regent's Park, London House in Regent's Park, London

    House in Regent's Park, London

    This magnificent new mansion, built in 2003-10 from designs by Quinlan and Francis Terry, began as a simple classical villa built by Decimus Burton in 1827 as part of John Nash’s plans for his Picturesque layout of Regent’s Park.

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  • Howard Theatre Howard Theatre

    Howard Theatre

    Howard Theatre, built in 2009-10 of Ketton stone, completes Howard Court of which Quinlan and Francis Terry built the north and west sides in 1986 and 1994 respectively.

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  • Summerhouse in Dorset Summerhouse in Dorset

    Summerhouse in Dorset

    In 2007, Quinlan and Francis Terry built an ambitious summer house in a secluded valley. At the suggestion of the client, the north entrance front of this took inspiration from a garden building of c.1738 at Rousham, Oxfordshire, by William Kent.

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