Old Hall at Corpus Christi College is the earliest example of a college lodge and hall in the city. Now that much of the 20th century fabric has been stripped away, a digital reconstruction of the interior has been constructed using laser scanning technology. Some 350 million points of interest were captured, rendered and assembled to give a three-dimensional view. The study provides a valuable record of the medieval structure as well as later additions. The process was undertaken over 4 days by engineering PhD student, Dan Brackenbury, and supervised by Dr Keith Seffen. Commentary on the videos is by Peter Carolin.
With thanks to them and Corpus Christi College, we have attached the two videos below.
The old kitchen block at Christ’s Hospital School has been demolished revealing the tower in all its – 125 foot – glory.
With the first couple of coats of render applied, our extension to a seventies bungalow at Gog Magog Way is starting to take shape.
This beautiful fourteenth Century stone angel, preserved under plastic and concrete blocks, was revealed today in Old House at Corpus Christi College, under the watchful eye of the Bursar and Fellows.
Work at Gog Magog Way is well under way with contractors Adams and Newman.
NRAP are delighted to announce that our proposals for the refurbishment of the Goods Shed and interventions within the landscape of the Scheduled Ancient Monument at Clare Castle have recently received approval.
Work to the medieval Hall at Corpus Christi is underway. The ductwork has been striped out to reveal the form of the roof.