The artwork and models were to be returned to their original locations. In preparation of this important restoration project the Museum staff carried out archive research to inform the architectural restoration.
Design: Burwell Deakins Architects and Levitt Bernstein Architects
£9.3m project to transform a Refectory and an underused service yard into a vibrant social space and courtyard, restoring the historic splendour of the heart of the university and improving campus connectivity.
A pair of curved glass pavilions, linked by a clear-span canopy, are inspired by geomagnetic lodestones which were used as early compasses enabling the great world voyages of discovery – the maritime heritage for which Greenwich is famous.
A Grade II listed building dating from 1923. Designed by Frank Verity and originally constructed as a 3000 seat cinema, the building was awarded the RIBA Award London Street Architecture Award for the best London facade.
Sensitive but contemporary twist on the traditional English almshouse: a radical shake up of an established design typology, providing a series of spacious single-storey dwellings for elderly residents.
Remodelling of Grade II listed building at Maze Hill to provide a new 7,600 sqm school and community building at Westcombe Park. The 1,400-pupil secondary school is split across two sites adjacent to Greenwich Park.