Orleans House Gallery
This is part of the HLF funded project to regenerate, restore and refurbish the buildings and grounds of Orleans House Estate. The Gallery is part of a Grade 1 listed site and consists of the Octagon Room (completed in 1720 to entertain Royalty) and the West Wings.
The gallery is to be transformed into a heritage information hub and study centre, overcoming the degradation of the fine interior, insensitive piecemeal introduction of services over the years.
Orleans House before
Orleans House after
Client: London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
Value: £1.8 million
Dates: 2012 – ongoing
Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical Consultancy Work.
New reception and shop in extended North Wing
Lift and new stairs to first floor levels
Gallery space, new study room, picture store and workshop suite/new training room
Restored Octagon Room
Improved sustainability and energy usage are paramount to this project.
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