Wolvesey Palace, Winchester

In 2011, Seymour and Bainbridge was also appointed to carry out alterations and rennovations to the Palace in readiness for the arrival of the new Bishop and his family.  These included the introduction of a very discreet secondary glazing system to improve the thermal performance of the building, new toilets for the meeting rooms, redesign of the bishop's secretary's office, increasing book storage in the library and bishop's office and better separation between the private residential area and the office and meeting room accommodation.

Seymour and Bainbridge Ltd

Conservation Architects, Winchester

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