Fulham Palace

Client: Fulham Palace Trust

Architect: Purcell Architects

Fulham Palace was founded around 704AD and since Tudor times was the Bishop of London’s country home. It is a Grade I listed building with additional Grade II listed buildings on the site and is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

We are M&E consultants for a £2m HLF funded refurbishment project which includes a new ground-floor exhibition space and office space on the first floor, both within the existing Fulham Palace.

Great attention to detail has been essential to ensure that the M&E design is appropriate and sympathetic in terms of style and with the requirements of working with a Grade I listed building. The concealment of services and our extensive experience in conservation of such buildings means that this is the case.