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  • St. Paul’s Cathedral, London – Equal Access Ramps

    St. Paul’s Cathedral, London – Equal Access Ramps

    Historic St. Paul’s Cathedral was designed by Christopher Wren. The new Equal Access Ramps were designed by CAROE Architecture. The ramps are the most significant external change and addition to the Cathedral in its 300-year history. The Equal Access Ramps are a permanent reversible structure, ‘floating’ over the original entrance steps so as not to…

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  • Wong Avery Music Gallery, Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Wong Avery Music Gallery, Trinity Hall, Cambridge

    Award winning, Wong Avery Music Gallery, is a music practice and performance space for Trinity Hall, Cambridge. The stone-built music space sits in the centre of Avery Court, on the College’s central Cambridge site, adjacent to several listed buildings including the chapels of both Trinity Hall and Clare College. Harrison Goldman faced the technical challenges…

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  • 80 New Bond Street

    80 New Bond Street

    Harrison Goldman were appointed as Stone Consultant, to work with ORMS Architects. We proposed Broughton Moore Green Slate from Burlington Stone. This stone was adopted for use externally and internally on this project. This outstanding material is suited perfectly to the British climate, and is sustainable, therefore has a low carbon footprint. For the external…

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  • Four Courts, Dublin Ireland

    Four Courts, Dublin Ireland

    Since 1921 the Four Courts, Inns Quay, Dublin has suffered continuing failure, and in February 2016 Harrison Goldman was appointed to assist the Office of Public Works in carrying out investigations into the condition of the capitols and cornices to the peristyle. Designed by Thomas Cooley, work on the Four Courts building commenced in 1776.…

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