Caroe Architecture Ltd is dedicated both to the care and conservation of historical places and to the creation of innovative new buildings and enhancements. Our expertise ranges from ecclesiastical settings to complex urban, educational and cultural environments.
Alongside our expertise in delivering thoughtful conservation and design work, we offer strategic advice on heritage management, master planning and advice on statutory requirements and process. This consultancy advice adds rigour to our design approach enabling us to unlock the potential for change and enhancement for clients and their buildings or sites.
Association with St Paul's Cathedral
In 2012, Oliver Caroe was appointed as Surveyor of the Fabric to St Paul’s Cathedral, London, following in the footsteps of Sir Christopher Wren. During his tenure, Oliver has overseen numerous repair, conservation and improvement projects and developed the Cathedral’s approach to conservation management planning.
St Mary Magdalene Church, PaddingtonCaroe Architecture Ltd led restoration of the architectural and decorative quality of this Gothic Revival masterpiece.
The Norris MuseumThe Norris Museum is a hidden gem. The museum is a cultural and historic place which draws visitors back again and again.
Congratulations to Chris Hamill of Caroe Architecture Ltd who has won the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings'[...]
Caroe Architecture’s Beth Watson, together with Fr. Henry Everett and Lewis Proudfoot of Cliveden Conservation have received the prestigious EASA/CCT[...]