St Andrews Hall, Norwich

Our feasibility study for St Andrews Hall in Norwich addresses ways in which to revitalize the most complete remains of a Dominican Priory in England. Our scheme for its renovation into a civic and commercial building proposed that the existing spaces are refurbished into a high quality concert hall and conference centre, linked by a new glazed circulation gallery. As with our design for Norwich Open the interior – featuring retractable seating will be independent of the hall’s structure to conserve the existing monument.

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