Bruce Castle Museum, Haringey Council

We worked with architects, Levitt Bernstein, to consider different ways of using the spaces.

Bruce Castle Museum is a Grade I listed much altered 13th century manor house set in 20 acres parkland.  The Museum is a community hub with a lively events, exhibitions and schools programme focusing on the surrounding Tottenham area.  Our study looked at the ways in which the building spaces could be used more effectively as a museum, considered joint management with the surrounding park, whilst proposing fresh sources of income to sustain the Museum in the future.

    • Categories: Options Appraisals & Feasibility Studies
    • Tools: Options Appraisal, 2015
    • Tags: Featured

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