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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.
Eurocentres, an established worldwide network of language schools, identified the building as the ideal location to relocate staff, students and the operation of their Lee Green existing school.
The brief called for the conversion from offices to educational facilities and a complete refurbishment and fit out of the building to bring it up to contemporary standards.
We saw the opportunity of establishing a new relationship between the interior of the building and its beautiful surroundings and this was achieved by inserting a glass partition separating the classrooms from the circulation space.