Verulamium Museum

Date: 12 Nov 2014
Cat: Workplace & Community

Project Details

This building is about cultural context. It is situated in the St Albans Conservation Area and Area of Special Archaeological importance, a stone’s throw from the ancient Roman city of Verulamium and houses an important collection of Roman artefacts. A welcoming entrance with two storey rotunda over a loggia and glazed arcade, the design draws inspiration from Romanesque architecture.

“The proximity to a historically important site means the buildings cultural identity and sense of place were of particular relevance to the design.”

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