A major series of works led by Partner Martin Stancliffe over 15 years has revitalised Wren’s magnificent Cathedral, extending to every part of the building. The works finished in time for the building’s tercentenary in 2010. Working in close cooperation with the Cathedral, our team of architects and consultants has ensured that St. Paul’s has remained open and in use throughout the entire project.
The interior was cleaned and reordered to enable the cathedral to speak more clearly to worshipers and visitors alike.
The south churchyard was laid out to enable step free access into the cathedral, and follows archaeologically informed interpretation of the medieval Chapter House.
The crypt provides a warm welcome for visitors. The extensive new facilities do much to support the life and work of the cathedral. New furnishings respect the quality of the building, and are fully reversible.