REFURBISHMENT @ ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH
REFURBISHMENT @ ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH
Client: Archdiocese of Birmingham
Location: Birmingham

REFURBISHMENT @ ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH

St Michael's Church is the centre of the Polish Catholic community in Birmingham. The current building was constructed in a Neoclassical Doric style in 1802, however, refurbishment works in the 1960's had largely covered over the features of interest.

It ...

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REFURB + RE-USE @ TRINITY
REFURB + RE-USE @ TRINITY
Client: Trinity Centre
Location: Birmingham

REFURB + RE-USE @ TRINITY

This project involved obtaining planning consent for the change of use of a former Grade II Listed church in Birmingham city centre.

Alongside this, consent was achieved for an apartment block on adjacent land.

The proposed works included the opening ...

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NEW BUILD @ ST ANNE'S CHAPEL
NEW BUILD @ ST ANNE'S CHAPEL
Client: The Little Sisters of The Poor
Location: London

NEW BUILD @ ST ANNE'S CHAPEL

Constructed as part of the St Anne's Home development, the associated Chapel gives prominence to the Christian mission of The Little Sisters. 

The building is embranced by the sweeping architectural forms of the main care home building to signify ...

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COMMUNITY INTEGRATION @ ST LUKE'S
COMMUNITY INTEGRATION @ ST LUKE'S
Client: St Luke and St Peter's Parish
Location: Portsmouth

COMMUNITY INTEGRATION @ ST LUKE'S

DHA Architects were appointed to carry out a feasibility study to unlock the potential of this Grade II Listed Church. The key aspirations of the project were:

- To create greater visibility of the Church within the wider urban setting

- To ...

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REFURBISHMENT + EXTENSION @ ST TERESA'S
REFURBISHMENT + EXTENSION @ ST TERESA'S
Client: Parish of St Teresa of the Child Jesus
Location: Stoke on Trent

REFURBISHMENT + EXTENSION @ ST TERESA'S

This commission required DHA Architects to re-order, refurbish and extend the existing Church to create an atmosphere which was warm, well lit and welcoming to foster a greater sense of the full and active participation of the entire assembly.

The ...

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