Monastery Court

At Monastery Court we converted a 1860s warehouse building into a flagship building for Norwich University of the Arts to house their digital design centre. The building is welcoming to student and the public alike, while the renovation is sympathetic to the existing fabric of the building. Additional floor space was created to maximise the available space within the building, while essential repairs to the structure and fabric were also made. The interior is now bright, colourful and airy, while a new entrance presents an attractive face to students and visitors.

Awards

2018 - Winner of Outstanding Estates in The Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards
2018 - Shortlisted in Buildings that Inspire, Guardian Awards
2011 - RIBA East Spirit Of Ingenuity Workspace Award
2011 - RIBA East Spirit Of Ingenuity Education & Healthcare: Commended
2011 - Norwich Society Conservation Award

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