Whitehall Museum Shortlisted for a New London Architecture Award – Latest
Whitehall Museum has been shortlisted in the New London Architecture Awards, in the Conservation and retrofit category.
Commenced in the 16th Century, it is a timber framed, continuous jetty house, mostly clad in 18th century white painted weatherboarding. As a rare example of Tudor architecture on a domestic scale, the grade II* listed building is of significant historic interest within the borough, where Whitehall sits at the heart of the historic Cheam Village Conservation Area.
We worked with Curl la Tourelle Head Architects to develop a structural strategy sympathetic to the historical heritage of the building, and where possible traditional methods and techniques have been proposed.
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