Warwick Hall, Burford.
Working with both Acanthus Clews Architects and EEP consultants, our brief was to create a multi-function building to be used for a variety of functions connected to both the Burford Church and the local community.
Flexibility was required for both the lighting and the lighting controls. Exterior lighting leads the way to the main entrance where a cafe space serves as a pre-function area, with a linking corridor grazed with light to accent the historical stone wall that spans the project.
Other function rooms and meeting rooms have both interior and exterior lighting which form the facade lighting scheme in a discreet manner.
The gardens are landscaped for spectacular views.
Architects: Acanthus Clews
Photos by: Andy Marshall