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Trinity College of Music

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.

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  • Sector

    Conservation + Heritage, Higher Education, Masterplan

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description


  • Client

    Trinity College of Music

  • Size


  • Cost

    Ł5 million

  • Team

    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

  • Status

    Complete 2007

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