NRAP Architects | September 2017 - NRAP Architects

Pidgeons come home

  • September 2017

The latest NRAP multi-storey housing scheme, or a grid of pidgeonholes at Corpus Christi College?
The post room is nearing completion at Corpus, shortly to be followed by the disabled set and then on to the main building phase to restore the medieval hall.

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Consent to Demolish Grade II* Listed Building

  • September 2017

NRAP are delighted to announce that we have received planning and listed building consent, on behalf of Christ’s Hospital School, for the development of a 20,000 square foot new catering facility at their campus near Horsham. The new building will provide a food and nutrition department, as well as facilities for the production of over 800,000 meals per year and a much needed new entrance court to the campus.

It is no small achievement to be given permission to demolish a large part of a Grade II* Listed building; made possible not only by the quality of the design, but also by the vision and leadership provided by the School. The facility will replace the original grade II* listed Aston Webb-designed building, which had been much altered, but which Conservation Officers had previously sought to preserve. NRAP’s designs received support from Historic England who said, “The design is articulated in a contemporary way that would provide a fitting first impression of this important school complex. The proposal includes public realm improvements around the new building which represents a substantial improvement on the current situation.”

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Christ’s Hospital School

  • September 2017

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Millenium Icon

  • September 2017

A beautiful painting called Millennium Icon by the architect David Owers has found a welcoming home and a frame.

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