The striking masonry facade of Libertas House was carved by the noted Scottish sculptor William Mossman II between 1870 and 1873. Mossman seems to have drawn on the well-known Latin motto ‘Libertas Justitia Veritas’ – meaning ‘Freedom, Justice, Truth’ – in his designs for the building as he included statues of Veritas and Justitia within the facade, however these were removed in 1903 for reasons unknown. The redesign of this building in 2017 seeks to restore Mossman’s original motif – emblems of Veritas and Justitia are inlaid into a new timber reception portal in fine metal, whilst the renaming of the building to ‘Libertas House’ finally completes the triumvirate almost 150 years after they were first imagined.  Project completed while working with Fletcher Priest Architects.