Preservation of the fragile historic roof above the Picture Gallery, the centrepiece of the Attingham Park mansion. The design solution needed to be elegant, to both minimise the impact on the building but also to complement the historic surroundings.
A residential quad designed in 1968, the Blue Boar building was plagued by leaks, cracking stone cladding and services failure since its completion. A solution was required to not only improve the building’s performance, maximise the space and create development opportunities but also gain statutory approval.
Transforming a redundant thatched barn into a new visitor centre with an interpretation area, shop and a cafe. The project will enhance the visitor experience at Christ Church and enable the Chapter House, currently used as a tourist shop, to be restored.
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.
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.