A multi award-winning aviation museum located on the historically significant Filton Airfield. The conversion of a Grade II listed Hangar into a museum houses the Bristol Aero Collection of 8000 artefacts and Bristol-built aircraft including one of the remaining Concordes.
An award-winning regeneration of a historic castle in rural Wales. The project has successfully boosted the local economy, created new jobs and unlocked social value.
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.
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.
Purcell’s conservation design has brought an historical Welsh farmstead back to life as a multiple award-winning cultural centre.
Having won the international design competition, Purcell is delighted to be assisting St Mary Redcliffe in the creation of new welcome facilities.
Dyrham Park is a resplendent Grade I-Listed Baroque mansion set in a Grade II*-Listed deer park near Bristol and Bath, owned and run by the National Trust. The house has received little care for a generation, leading to a full £3.1m overhaul of its lead and slate roof, orangery, and servicing requirements, to which Purcell was appointed as lead architect. Throughout the project, Purcell facilitated community engagement through a variety of activities.