2 case studies were found
Kew Palace was re-opened to the public in 2006 on completion of a major project by Historic Royal Palaces to conserve its interiors and improve public access.
EDUCATION AND OUTREACH; DISPLAY AND INTERPRETATION; SOCIAL INCLUSION AND ACCESS; PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE; REPAIR, RECONSTRUCTION, RESTORATION
Clore Learning Centre
The Clore Learning Centre at Hampton Court Palace, which opened in March 2007, has been created by adapting the historic Guard House and part of the Barrack Block, complemented by a sensitively-designed new building, all facing a central courtyard.
DESIGN IN CONTEXT; EDUCATION AND OUTREACH; SOCIAL INCLUSION AND ACCESS; REPAIR, RECONSTRUCTION, RESTORATION; RE-USE