In 2002 the practice completed the first phase of the remodelling of and extensions to the listed Royal Academy of Music, Britain's most distinguished music conservatoire. The Heritage Lottery funded scheme included internal interventions to the 1820s Grade I listed building on York Gate, originally designed by John Nash, which has become a 'living museum', practice and teaching facility, and an archive centre. And within the courtyard between RAM and the York Gate building, JMP designed and delivered a multi award-winning barrel-vaulted recital hall and recording studios
Higher Education, Conservation + Heritage, Culture
Royal Academy of Music
John McAslan + Partners, Architect
Davis Langdon Management, Project Manager
Oscar Faber, Multi-disciplinary Engineer
Gardiner & Theobald, Cost Consultant
Ralph Appelbaum Associates, Museum Design Consultant
Sandy Brown Associates, Acoustics Consultant
David Bonnett, Access Consultant
Simons Interiors London, Main Contractor
Royal Society of Arts
John McAslan + Partners was appointed by the Royal Society of Arts to develop ...
Royal Academy of Music Collections & Performance Research Centre
This major project remodelled and extended the listed Royal Academy of Music ...
The Void Practice Rooms, Royal Academy of Music
A bronze-clad music practice extension to RAM's historic estate, designed as a ...
Benjamin Franklin House
Benjamin Franklin House, a Grade I listed building located close to Charing Cross ...