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.
Expressions of interest should be received by 22 May
Invitations to participate will be released 6 June
Client contact details:
‘To qualify for shortlisting reply to the questions and information required in the notice and return to,
Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent
Telephone: +44 7808889553
The successful architect is expected to assemble a team including a structural engineer and M&E consultant. The National Trust will appoint a quantity surveyor and CDM-coordinator separately.