The £24m project aims to revitalize the historic site, improving the access to attractions including the caves, grounds, and a refurbished Castle Museum & Art Gallery. The visitor will follow Nottingham’s journey through its history of protest, rebellion and the rise of democracy to the creative modern city it is today.
We will be working closely with the city council, HLF and the design team on improvements to the castle grounds, public realm and visitor experience.
The project will place public realm centre stage; focussing on the value of external space as the common ground for staff and students, and re-establishing the University’s original vision through the restoration of its grand axis.
Archival research provided the basis for a Landscape Management Plan that will shape maintenance priorities and strategies for the next 20 years.
We are active in research and development of sustainable technologies, including our own testing and trials of innovative "green" solutions...
Our high-quality approach to design resounds throughout the entire creative process - from concept, through to final, on-the-ground detail. Just as important as our approach to design, our intuitive environmental responsibility permeates through our design philosophy, as well as our business practices.