The re-development of the Royal Academy of the Arts, 6 Burlington Gardens, is centred on reactivating the main façade, injecting a sense of history back into the area, whilst enticing visitors into the gallery. Light Bureau’s design for the Grade II listed North Façade will be respectful to the heritage, reputation and fabric of the building. Particular attention will be given to rendering stonework and eliminating light trespass to the surrounding commercial and residential areas.
Client: Royal Academy of the Arts
Architect: David Chipperfield and Julian Harrap Architects