Project Title: Royal College of Music East Courtyard Redevelopment
Client: Royal College of Music
Architect: John Simpson Architects
Structural Engineer: Alan Baxter
Mechanical & Electrical: ARUP
Project Value: £24m
The Royal College of Music, based in one of London’s most desirable areas, is one of the world’s great conservatoires, training gifted musicians from all over the world for international careers as performers, conductors and composers.
The project included the demolition, refurbishment, alteration and new build (including basement works) within the live, prestigious Grade II listed building.
The college is located on an extremely constrained site in South Kensington. Works provide new performance spaces, foyer, café/restaurant, theatre bar and restrooms. In addition, there is an external quad, breakout space, museum, new recording studio and practice rooms with high acoustic performance and isolation.
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