We are delighted to announce that the BBC are producing a programme dedicated to the legacy of the Gilbert Scott architects. Our director Marie-Séverine de Caraman Chimay is the direct descendant of Sir George Gilbert Scott who designed (amongst many) the St Pancras Hotel and the Albert Memorial. His son, a co-founder of Watts, known in the family as ‘middle Scott’ is best known for the Bird and Genoese. Since then this dynasty of designers have also created the iconic red telephone box, Battersea Power Station and the building that now houses Tate Modern. Watch this space for further information!!!