In 2006 JMP completed its phased restoration of the Grade I listed De la Warr Pavilion, one of Britain’s most significant Modernist landmarks, designed by Erich Mendelsohn in 1935. The practice has transformed the building into a vibrant cultural centre, using extensive historical and architectural research to ensure the accuracy of reinstatements. The practice also remodelled the auditorium and created a new gallery, restaurant and two new wings housing performance and rehearsal facilities, within the scope of this Heritage Lottery funded project.
Culture, Conservation + Heritage
De La Warr Pavilion Trust
John McAslan + Partners, Architect
F.J Samuely & Partners, Structural Engineer
Rybka, M&E Engineer
Maynard Mortimer & Gibbons, Cost Consultant
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