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Boardman House is an impressive refurbishment of a large Grade II listed building in Norwich city centre. A major £3.5 million programme of refurbishment and remodelling by Hudson Architects now offers a new home for Norwich University of the Arts’ expanding architecture programme, as well as state of the art facilities for the University’s media faculty. The heritage of the 1474 sq.m landmark building has been well respected through the design and preserved and celebrated wherever possible.
The site is occupied by Donhead Preparatory School, on Edge Hill, which is south of Ridgway and lies to the south west of Wimbledon Village. This education scheme involved the part demolition of the school’s single storey Diamond Jublilee Building and existing entrance foyer, internal alterations and the construction of a new two storey extension with a chapel, auditorium and art room.
Alfriston School is a secondary-age day and boarding school for girls, catering for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
The new pool building, sits discreetly at the rear of the site, facing directly onto the greenbelt land.
This project for Jesus College, of Cambridge University, is for high-quality commercial office accommodation on a site in the centre of Cambridge. The requirement was to make a building that would serve as a lasting asset to the College and make a positive contribution to the surrounding area, much of which is also owned by the College.
A refurbishment of the world's largest purpose-designed music therapy centre for Nordoff Robbins, housed within a 19th century substation.
Exemplary therapy rooms and a fun material palette deliver an exciting new identity for the charity.