The extended and refurbished Bexhill Museum includes two new galleries and support spaces for the amalgamated Museum. The new building has become a refreshed landmark for the local community, and for the regeneration of the surrounding area. Designed to be adapted for alternative uses, the galleries are unified by linking elements that optimise natural light and future expansion potential. A key point about the design of this scheme was the need to avoid any overly 'showy' intervention that might have overwhelmed this form and volumes of this pleasing, but architecturally modest, building.
Rother District Council
John McAslan + Partners, Architect
Cragg Management, Project Manager
Connell Mott McDonald, MEP Engineer
BEP, Structural Engineer
RFA, Exhibition Designer
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