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National Trust seeks architect for Knole House studios

[Expressions of interest should be received by 22 May] The National Trust is on the hunt for an architect to convert a medieval barn as part of its ‘Inspired by Knole’ project in Kent

The £2.3 million project helps conserve Knole House’s historic collections and will include a conservation studios complex along with training areas and public gallery spaces.

RIBA Stages C through to completion are required. An existing restaurant will be redesigned simultaneously.

Knole House was built in the fifteenth century by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Readers' comments (4)

  • Despite numerous queries and searches we could not find the details and information required for this invitation for expression of interest. Perhaps the National Trust may wish to make the relevant information more transparently accessible?

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  • Please can the National Trust team set out how expressions of interest are to be submitted and what information is required at this stage.

    ASB Architects
    Email: amos@asbarchitects.com

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  • I've had the same problem. I emailed Richard Hill and received this reply:

    "Please note that there is no PQQ or other information to be distributed at this stage. To qualify for shortlisting, please reply to the questions and information required in the notice. To save my inbox from overload please do not reply to this e-mail.
    Many thanks and I look forward to your completed response in due course."

    Where is the notice??????

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  • Dear Sirs

    I note with interest the request for expressions of interest for the 'Inspired by Knole'
    competition; Architects Journal 10.05.12

    Please consider this as our request to participate. If you should need any further information
    at this stage please contact me.


    Kind Regards

    Craig Underdown

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