Feilden Clegg Bradley's 10-year project to protect Bath Abbey’s internationally significant historic buildings for future generations has also reduced their environmental impact and facilitated their ongoing relevance.
Bath Abbey has been standing at the centre of religious faith in the UNESCO City of Bath for more than 1300 years. The £19.3 million programme of restoration, building works and interpretation improves its accessibility, sustainability, hospitality and service to the city – and visitors from around the world – as well as providing flexibility for worship now and in the future.
In this talk, architect Geoff Rich (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios) will share his approach to protecting Bath Abbey future generations. Geoff is an architect and partner with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, based in Bath. He takes a leading role in the practice’s heritage, creative re-use and regeneration work.
This talk will also touch upon the practice's recent projects Shrewsbury Flaxmill, which transformed the former mill site into meeting and workspace, and Alexandra Palace, which breathed new life into the much-loved Victorian Theatre
This event is organised by the RIBA North West Conservation, Heritage and Sustainability Group.
Thank you to Manchester Metropolitan University for hosting this event.
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