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Cultural Buildings and Sites
Places of Worship
The Norris Museum
The Norris Museum is a hidden gem. The museum is a cultural and historic place which draws visitors back again and again.
The Wedgwood Institute, Stoke-on-Trent
Caroe Architecture Ltd is lead conservation consultant for the team working to deliver a new sustainable use for the building
New College Oxford Song School
Remodelling, upgrading and extending the current accommodation, creating a large new song room and sacristy.
The Warren House, Kimbolton
Saved from the Buildings at Risk Register & Winner of the East of England RICS Conservation Award
Clophill, Old St Mary
A major stonework conservation programme to a Building at Risk, with the local heritage trust, highly praised by English Heritage
School of Pythagoras Archive Building
Conservation, alterations and a new extension to the medieval Grade I listed School of Pythagoras in St John's College, Cambridge
St Albans Museum, Town Hall, St Albans
Caroe Architecture Ltd undertook all conservation planning to integrate the museum into the Grade II* listed Town Hall.
Ripon Cathedral North East Stonework Repairs and Gargoyle competition
Repair and replacement of some of Ripon Cathedral’s oldest surviving stonework.
Ripon Cathedral’s New Narthex Entrance
A welcoming new entrance to would transform the cathedral, flooding it with light and allowing people to see directly inside
The Thornhill Paintings
Conservation of Sir James Thornhill’s inner dome wall paintings depicting scenes from the life of St Paul.
in 2016 Oliver orchestrated the installation of two new video artworks at St Paul’s Cathedral by Bill Viola, entitled Mary & Martyrs
Chesterton Mill, Cambridge
Caroe Architecture Ltd led the feasibility study for a regeneration of the Grade II listed Chesterton Mill, Cambridge
Church of St Marylebone, London
Caroe Architecture developed architectural proposals for the Church of St Marylebone, London, winning a £3m HLF grant
St Mary the Virgin, Oxford
This £5m HLF-funded project was created to renew and transform Oxford’s Grade I-listed University Church.
Scampston Hall Conservatory
The restoration of the Scampston Hall walled garden conservatory is a remarkably unique project.
The David Parr House
An exciting project with a conservation and cultural focus based around a fascinating private house, winning HLF funding
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