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Royal Academy of Music Collections & Performance Research Centre
This major project remodelled and extended the listed Royal Academy of Music (RAM), Britain's most established and celebrated music conservatoire.
The Heritage Lottery funded scheme incorporates a site wide campus strategy and recently completed internal interventions to the 1820s Grade I listed building on York Gate, designed by John Nash, which has become a 'living' museum, practice and teaching facility, and archive centre. Within the courtyard between RAM and York Gate building, a bold new barrel-vaulted concert hall and recording studios has been inserted, which connects to both buildings.
The completed project has been extensively published and received an RIBA Award for Architecture in 2002.
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  • Sector

    Conservation + Heritage, Higher Education, Arts + Culture

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description


  • Client

    Royal Academy of Music

  • Size

    3,000 sqm

  • Cost

    Ł6 m

  • Team

    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

  • Status

    Completed 2002

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