New and improved facilities to maintain its pre-eminence and to meet the expectations of its extensive worldwide clientele
We helped the Hong Kong Cricket Club develop a masterplan to guide their site’s evolution for the next 10 -15 years.
Creating a new residential art centre providing fully accessible accommodation for 16 artists with equal access to new common facilities, performance spaces and studios within the walled gardens of Dillington House.
A new archive and local studies centre for Cornwall within the derelict Redruth Brewery, forming a part of the regeneration of the town.
Leighton House, designed by George Aitchison, was the studio home of Lord Frederic Leighton. We led a restoration programme to return the house to their original vision.
The repair and upgrade project will bring the 1860s building, designed by Alfred Waterhouse, up to ’modern access and safety standards’ and will include the restoration of the Great Hall and its Ford Madox Brown murals.
Transforming an 18th century naval storehouse into an interactive gallery space.
An extensive restoration project to clean and repair the museum’s glass roof and refresh its interiors. The works presented several challenges including weather tightness and protecting the museum’s exhibits; including dinosaur skeletons.
Purcell is responsible for the restoration and refurbishment of the iconic British palace including overseeing the ten-year rolling programme of repairs to all cast iron roofs at the palace, conserving and restoring the bronze windows and supporting the design team and contractors to ensure that upgrades are sensitive to the historic fabric.
A radical transformation of the riverside hotel's external appearance and facilities.
With new galleries, learning studios and spaces for hospitality and retail, St Fagans restoration and extension project also brings improved orientation and legibility to the award-winning building, giving the museum the entrance it never had.