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Hopkins completes £3.3m stables and pottery building at Holkham Hall

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Hopkins Architects has revealed this new building at the Grade I-listed Holkham Hall in Norfolk

PLANS • SECTIONS • PROJECT DATA

Arranged around a cobbled courtyard, the £3.3 million project reworks several existing buildings on the site to create a new flexible events space, a restaurant, a museum, shop and staff facilities. 

The 2,625m2 project acts as a catalyst for the regeneration of the estate of the historic house which sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

Holkham Hall by Hopkins Architects

Holkham Hall by Hopkins Architects

Source: Martine Hamilton Knight

Pottery ground floor plan

Holkham Hall Pottery Ground Floor Plan

Holkham Hall Pottery Ground Floor Plan

Stables ground floor plan

Holkham hall stables ground floor plan

Holkham hall stables ground floor plan

Stables first floor plan

Holkham hall stables first floor plan

Holkham hall stables first floor plan

Sections

Holkham hall sections

Holkham hall sections

Project data 

Location Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk
Type of project restoration and extension
Client Holkham Hall
Architect Hopkins Architects
Structural and civil engineer Smith and Wallwork
Services engineer KJ Tait
Catering consultant Keith Winton Design
Museum designer Drinkall Dean
Heritage consultant Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust
Quantity surveyor MAC Construction Consultants
Main contractor Robson Construction
Funding private
Appointment competition
Tender date October 2014
Start on site date March 2015
Completion date October 2016
Contract duration 20 months
Gross internal floor area 2,625m2
Form of contract Traditional with CDP
Total cost £3.3 million

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