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Clare Hall, West Court

  • June 2014

“Vibrant and imaginative architecture that not only moves forward the boundaries of innovation but also offers practicality and sympathy with surrounding structures and landscapes.” Ed Jarron, former Bursar at Clare Hall.

West Court is formed by the Paul Mellon Building containing 11 flats for visiting Fellows and the Robert Honeycombe building which provides 13 graduate study bedrooms. The flats are two-way facing, four to a staircase, and with the exception of a disabled person’s flat, have two bedrooms. The study bedrooms are mostly south facing looking over the garden, the first floor rooms having small balconies. They are entered from a generous double-height gallery lit from above and from each end by large high level windows. The project also included refurbishing and extending a swimming pool and gymnasium, and a new tennis court.

Jesus College Pavilion

  • June 2014

The pavilion was built in 1934 to the designs of Morley Horder and is listed. It is timber-framed and boarded with a thatched roof, and before our additions it had never provided wet services. The extension contains changing rooms with lockers under a new thatched roof joined to the existing building by a flat-roofed steel framed and glass block-clad link containing showers and WCs. Steel external steps and a ramp ensure that the pavilion can be used in a number of different ways. The project was featured in Country Life.

Jesus College Workshops

  • June 2014

The new single-storey workshops building is close to North Court set in existing woodland. The U-shaped building has a laminated timber frame clad partly in masonry and partly in cedar. External roof planes are sedum planted, and the ground is mounded against the walls on the north and western edges. The building has been designed to be highly energy-efficient, and is insulated to achieve u-values of 0.15 W/m3K in the walls and 0.11 W/m3K in the roof.

Learning Resource Centre

  • June 2014

This project entailed the renovation and conversion of an existing 1970′s Chapel in Thompson’s Lane, Cambridge to create a Learning Resource Centre for the Cambridge Education Group.

Our proposals included the addition of a bay window and canopy to create a more generous and contemporary foyer, and the addition of a mezzanine floor and roof extension to increase the internal floor area at first floor.

Clare Hall Pippard Building

  • June 2014

“Vibrant and imaginative architecture that not only moves forward the boundaries of innovation but also offers practicality and sympathy with surrounding structures and landscapes.” Ed Jarron, Feb 2012

We prepared a Master Plan for the development of Clare Hall’s Herschel Road site. The building form and pattern follows closely the principles established by Ralph Erskine, the architect for the College in 1968. There are no corridors in the new buildings, so that in this graduate building students emerge from their rooms into a daylit space from which the new courtyard can be overlooked. The building obtained a Civic Trust Commendation, and was reviewed in the RIBA Journal, and appeared in “Home, a place to live” (RIBA Housing Design Awards).

As the college has grown, the social facilities for fellows and students needed enlarging. Rather than alter the existing building we recommended providing a new social facility in the garden between the main building and the neighbouring house, Elmside. It contains a bar, meeting room and TV room and is sited so that it is engaged with an existing pathway amongst the trees.

West Court is formed by the Paul Mellon Building containing 11 flats for visiting Fellows and the Robert Honeycombe building which provides 13 graduate study bedrooms. The flats are two-way facing, four to a staircase, and with the exception of a disabled person’s flat, have two bedrooms. The study bedrooms are mostly south facing looking over the garden, the first floor rooms having small balconies. They are entered from a generous double-height gallery lit from above and from each end by large high level windows. The project also included refurbishing and extending a swimming pool and gymnasium, and a new tennis court.

Chemistry

  • June 2014

Our multi-phased work to re-furbish the University of Cambridge’s Department of Chemistry was granted £26 million from the Government’s JIF Fund. The re-fit creates new laboratories within the existing envelope, providing new services, finishes, furniture and fittings, and a Technical Services Centre within an existing basement Boiler House. The pre-patinated copper-clad flues take extract air through fume hoods. Extract ducts are concealed behind fritted glass which helps to reduce solar gains to the south-facing laboratories. The proposals therefore involved a dramatic change in the building’s appearance, and have a major effect on the Cambridge skyline.

Balliol College

  • June 2014

NRAP Architects were commissioned by Balliol College, Oxford, together with three London-based practices, to prepare proposals in competition for their site on the Jowett Walk. A three-staged £9m development was envisaged, with 150 undergraduate rooms, a small theatre and lecture rooms, squash courts, a swimming pool and the replacement of the present cricket pavilion. The scheme was designed to accommodate the change from the predominantly domestic scale of Jowett Walk to the grander scale of the Master’s field to the north. Four quadrangles were to be created, and undergraduate rooms were entered from circular landings – giving a strong sense of identity to each group.

Clare Hall Garden Building

  • May 2014

As Clare Hall College has grown, the social facilities for fellows and students have required enlarging.  Rather than alter the existing building, we recommended providing a new social facility in the garden between the main building and a College house called Elmside.  It contains a bar, meeting room, and TV room, rooms that are capable of being used as art exhibition spaces and music practice rooms.  It is sited so that it engages with an existing pathway amongst the trees and offers framed views back to the other College buildings.

Publications: Architecture Today, March 2001

The King’s School Ely

  • May 2014

Outline consent for a master plan was obtained and a phased development took place over a 12-year period beginning with two new day-girl houses, one of which was accommodated within five existing Grade II Listed cottages.  These were in varying states of repair and had been constructed at different times.  Existing bricks, chimney pots, tiles and slates have been matched with secondhand materials, while the new work aims to be compatible with the old but not imitative.

The final phase, after conversions of existing 19th Century buildings and a roof addition to form careers rooms, consists of a new science laboratory on top of an existing building and new day-houses and classrooms.  A two-storey high archway signals the main gate to the complex, which is designed along a route leading through to the existing gymnasium building beyond.  Windows and stairway landings are carefully placed throughout the scheme to maximise the opportunity to perceive the nave and towers of the nearby cathedral.

Anglia Ruskin Accommodation

  • May 2014

Anglia Ruskin University’s Cambridge Campus used to be shared by the Cambridge Regional College and the former technical college. With its new University status, and increased student numbers, Anglia Ruskin needed to house up to 300 students on site, within a framework which would allow for a rolling programme of faculty developments. We were commissioned to prepare a development scheme, which included a model of the whole site and computer illustrations of the effect of the new buildings on views from adjacent gardens.  Subsequently the accommodation was developed under a design and build contract.

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