Brighton and Hove City Council is seeking an architect to deliver an £18 million overhaul of its Brighton Dome concert venue
Planned to complete in 2018, the project will upgrade a number of Grade I and II-listed spaces inside the iconic building.
Constructed in 1805, the Brighton Dome is part of George IV’s Royal Pavilion complex. The structure is connected to the pavilion via underground tunnels and was originally used as a stables.
The building includes the 1,300-capacity Dome Concert Hall; the 1,100-seat Corn Exchange and 200-seat Studio Theatre.
The winning team will develop existing regeneration plans by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios from RIBA Stage 4 to 7.
Proposals include upgrading the foyers and installing new retractable seating in the Corn Exchange.
The deadline for requests to participate is 12noon on 13 May.
How to apply
View the tender notice for more information
Brighton and Hove City Council
King’s House, Grand Avenue
Telephone: +44 1273290000
Fax: +44 1273291297