The practice masterplanned, designed, and delivered the remodelling of the King Charles Building at the historic former Royal Naval College at Greenwich for the Trinity College of Music. The school's move to the World Heritage Site consolidated their operations, with new teaching and practice rooms and the installation of the Jerwood Library. A Scheduled Ancient Monument,
constructed across a century from 1664, by England's great triumvirate of Baroque architects: Wren, Hawksmoor and Vanbrugh, Trinity's new home has become the centrepiece of the Greenwich campus.
Conservation + Heritage, Higher Education, Masterplan
Trinity College of Music
John McAslan & Partners, Architect
Ove Arup and Partners, Multi-disciplinary Engineer
Arup Acoustics, Acoustics Consultant
Davis Langdon & Everest, Cost Consultant
Healey and Baker, Development Advisor
Purcell Miller Tritton, Historic Building Advisor
Wates, General Contractor
John McAslan + Partners is supporting the design of six Green Line stations ...
Goldsmiths College Masterplan
John McAslan + Partners was appointed to prepare a masterplan for Goldsmiths ...
When completed, this BSF-funded project will provide two buildings across the ...
Crossrail Bond Street Urban Integration Study
The practice is delivering Crossrail's Bond Street station. Consisting of two ...