Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


Mackintosh at the Willow

Simpson & Brown, with the Willow Tea Rooms Trust, have faithfully restored Charles Rennie Mackintosh's 1903 Willow Tea Rooms and created a world class exhibition and education centre in the adjacent building. "Mackintosh at the Willow" was opened to the public in July 2018.

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York Art Gallery

Completed in 2015 the £8 million refurbishment project at York Art Gallery was carried out in collaboration with Ushida Findlay Architects.

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Rievaulx Abbey Visitor Centre

A new museum, shop and cafe set within the grounds of the former Cistercian Abbey in the North York Moors National Park.

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St Albans Cathedral

A new welcome building at St Albans Cathedral designed to sympathetically connect the main Cathedral building to its 1980’s Chapter House, and provide much-needed accommodation and modern facilities to support the varying needs of the Cathedral congregation, visitors and staff.

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Lincoln Cathedral

Simpson & Brown are responsible for the new Visitor Centre facilities located on the site of the former 19th century Deanery attached to the Cloisters on the north side of the Cathedral. The Deanery building itself will be converted to provide a large refectory, education centre, community rooms and offices. A new link building will connect the Deanery to the Cloister and accommodate a new shop and exhibition hall.

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Rye Harbour Discovery Centre

A new visitor centre at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve in Sussex - a strategic viewing area within the nature reserve, overlooking the River Rother, wetland and the shingle ridges.

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