Francis Terry

Corinthian capital for Hanover Lodge, Regent’s Park, London, 2004

Francis Terry

Greek Ionic capital for Hanover Lodge, Regent’s Park, London, 2003

Francis Terry

Trompe l’oeil griffin for Downing College, Cambridge, 2008

Francis Terry

Perspective of the new infirmary to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, London, 2004

Francis Terry

Rinceau panel for chimneypiece, Hanover Lodge, Regent’s Park, London, 2004


Francis Terry

Francis Terry qualified as an architect in 1994 from Cambridge University.  Since 1994 he has been working with his father Quinlan Terry with whom he is now a partner.  He regularly exhibits architectural drawings at the Royal Academy and won the Worshipful Company of Architects Prize for Architectural Drawings in 2002.

He has an interest in historic buildings and served on the Georgian Group Casework Panel (2005-2007).  He has recently become involved in a campaign to preserve a Roman circus in Colchester.

Alongside his architectural career he is a keen amateur artist.  His work includes figurative painting, trompe l’oeil decoration, stage sets, comics and cartoons.  For his painting he has won the Silver Medal for Portraiture from the Royal Society of Portrait Painters in 1996 and the Winsor and Newton Young Artist Award in 1997.