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Caroe & Partners, Somerset: Architecture
Contemporary British Architecture Practice – studio based in Wells, Somerset, UK
page updated 19 Aug 2016
Caroe & Partners – Key Projects
Featured Building by this UK architecture practice:
St David’s Cathedral cloister project, Pembrokeshire, south west Wales, UK
Date built: 2007
RIBA Regional Award Shortlist 2008
This building by Welsh architect John Nash was restored by George Gilbert Scott between 1862 and 1870.
In the 1990s it became apparent that the west front needed extensive restoration; this work was completed in 1998.
Around the same time a proposal was made for a visitor centre within the bell tower, enlarging the peal of bells from eight to ten and by the “reconstruction”, or completion, of the cathedral cloisters to house the cathedral choir, vestries, an education suite, rooms for parish use and a refectory as a reminder of the monastic beginnings.
The substantial task of rebuilding the cloisters as an education centre and refectory began in 2003 and was completed in May 2007.
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Caroe & Partners – Practice Information
Caroe & Partners – architect office, hq based in Wells, Somerset, southwest England
Offices in: Wells, London, Cardiff (Wales) and Ledbury
This British architecture practice was founded in 1884.
W.D.Caröe (1857-1938) was architect to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners from 1895 until 1938. He was architect to numerous ecclesiastical buildings including St Davids and Durham Cathedrals, and Tewkesbury and Romsey Abbeys.
The early practice work diverged from the International Modern Movement to produce ‘traditional’ architecture.
Key Architectural Awards won by this practice:
RIBA Awards 2009
– English Heritage Award for Sustaining the Historic Environment
RIBA Awards 2005
– Wessex Region Town & Country Design Award
Pilton Barn, Somerset
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