This project comprised of constructing an extension to the side of a Georgian church connected via a glass link. The project involved 2 very different phases.
The 1st phase was to reclaim the land from its historic use as a graveyard. Many vault structures were uncovered. The remains removed & relocated, involving archaeological personnel and painstaking documentation in the process.
The 2nd phase commenced the start of the construction work designed by Hugh Cullum Architects including bespoke items such as triangular honeycomb brick tiles, metal entrance doors with precision cut lettering, and bronze framed window to the rear housing a bespoke stained glass window iluminated by an LED sheet.