Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Thackray Medical Museum

The Thackray Medical Museum in Leeds is a museum of the history of medicine adjacent to St James's University Hospital. It is Listed at Grade II. Simpson & Brown were appointed by the museum to undertake a masterplan for the building and the wider site and develop proposals for a successful HLF stage 2 application. The works involve the complete refurbishment of the museum areas together with the addition of a new light filled circulation atrium unlocking the north wing of the building.

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The Botanic Cottage

The cottage stood at the entrance to the original Edinburgh Botanic Garden on Leith Walk from 1763 to 1820. In 2008 the cottage was carefully dismantled and has been re-built within the current Botanic Gardens at Inverleith in 2015.

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Eltham Palace Visitor Centre

A new Visitor Centre for Eltham Palace in south-east London. The English Heritage project is located in and around the original orchid houses and potting sheds within the grounds of the Grade 1 listed Palace.

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Arbroath Abbey Visitor Centre

Located within the grounds of Arbroath Abbey in Angus, this oak framed visitor centre provides facilities for visitors to the historic abbey. It features a complex curved sedum roof, the first of its kind in Scotland.

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Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

The new museum plays a central part in the masterplan developed to link together and enhance the experience of the different sites in Alloway relating to the poet's life and legacy.

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Dawyck Gateway

Opening in 2008, the new gateway buildings at The Royal Botanic Gardens in Dawyck replaced the existing facilities providing extensive new accommodation for visitors, staff and equipment.

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