13th Century a tower renovation with timber structure. Clifford’s Tower by Hugh Broughton Architects

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Design Team
Hugh Broughton, Imogen Softley Pierce, David Roberts, Shane McCamley, James Waddington, Emma Watson, Adam Hill.
Collaborators
Martin Ashley Architects (Conservation Architect). Ramboll (Structural Engineer). Preston Barber (Services Engineer). RNJ Partnership (Cost Consultant). Drinkall Dean (Interpretation Designer).
Main Contractor
Simpsons of York.
Client
English Heritage.
Area
Gross internal floor area.- Existing 340m², new areas 375m².
Gross (internal + external) floor area.- 715m².
Dates
Project.- 2015.
Start on site.- November 2020.
Completion date.- March 2022.
Location
York, North Yorkshire, England, UK.
Photography
Dirk Lindner, Christopher Ison.

Hugh Broughton Hugh Broughton Architects

Hugh Broughton Architects was formed in 1996 and has a reputation for producing carefully crafted contemporary architecture. The practice has designed projects for many high profile clients including the British Council, Institution of Structural Engineers, National Galleries of Scotland, Royal Society of Chemistry and the TUC. It is best known for the design of Maidstone Museum East Wing, which was completed in 2012 and received a RIBA Downland Award, three AJ Retrofit awards and a Civic Trust Commendation; and Halley VI Antarctic Research Station designed for the British Antarctic Survey, which was officially launched in 2013 and has received fifteen international awards to date. It is an extraordinary project which has led to numerous other international polar commissions and is the subject of a new building monograph published by Park Books in 2015.

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