Caroe Architecture Ltd are delighted to announce that we have been appointed to undertake our 100th new project (in addition to the ongoing work at St Paul’s Cathedral). Our 100th project is to undertake conservation works for the National Trust at Ickworth House in Suffolk. This is a very exciting milestone in our seventh year, and one that encourages reflection on our work, valued relationships and achievements to date.
We are very privileged to work on a diverse and remarkable portfolio and within these 100 projects have had the opportunity to work for and alongside esteemed clients, colleagues and professionals. It is these valued partnerships, alongside the inspiring buildings and sites themselves, that sustain our commitment to both the care and conservation of historical places and to the creation of innovative new buildings.
As we welcome in the New Year, we look forward to progressing those projects that are on site, in planning and on the drawing board!