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Watts Gallery, dedicated to the art of the celebrated Victorian artist, George Frederic Watts, OM RA (1817-1904) will reopen to the public on Saturday 18 June 2011 following the completion of the Hope restoration project.

The architects for the restoration of Watts Gallery are Zombory-Moldovan Moore, with Purcell Miller Tritton as conservation architects.

Watts Gallery, Compton, near Guildford, Surrey, England, UK
Design: ZMMA Architects / Purcell Miller Tritton
Watts Gallery building by Purcell Miller Tritton Architects
photo : Richard Bryant/Arcaidimages.com
Watts Gallery Compton conservation project
Watts Gallery is unique in being the only purpose-built art gallery to show a collection of a single professional artist. It is an early example of an Arts & Crafts building and one of the first to be built in solid concrete. It is listed Grade II* and was built as both a Gallery and a hostel for apprentice potters working at the pottery founded by the artist’s second wife Mary Seton Watts. Also part of the estate is the nearby cemetery chapel, an extraordinary, art nouveau, Grade I listed building designed by Mary Seton Watts.

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Featured Buildings by Purcell Miller Tritton, alphabetical:

Blaenavon World Heritage Centre, Wales, UK
Date built: 2007
RIBA Regional Award Shortlist 2008

Christ Church Spitalfields – refurbishment, Spitalfields, east London, England, UK
Date original built: 1714-29
Christ Church Spitalfields building design by Purcell Miller Tritton Architects
photo © Adrian Welch
Christ Church Spitalfields : London church restoration
Christ Church was built as part of the church building programme initiated by the Fifty New Churches act of 1711, backed by Queen Anne, which was implemented by four different Commissions.

The Commission appointed to build the 50 new churches stipulated that the new buildings should have tall spires so that they would tower above the smaller, non-conformist chapels.

Nicholas Hawksmoor architect had worked with Sir Christopher Wren since his late teens. Of the 12 churches completed six were the work of Hawksmoor, and this building was his masterpiece.

The church has seen at least two large-scale alterations, the first in 1866 (directed by the architect Ewen Christian) which changed the entire look of the interior, and the second which began in the 1960s and was only recently completed – a restoration of the church to its original state, which it was initially estimated would cost £1 million and in fact cost £10 million. Since reopening in 2004, the church has been visited by more than 100,000 people.

Cusworth Hall, Doncaster – refurbishment & restoration, Yorkshire, Northern England, UK
Date built: 2007
Cusworth Hall building by Purcell Miller Tritton Architects
image from architect practice
Cusworth Hall Doncaster building
Cusworth Hall is an imposing 18th century mansion, set in extensive landscaped gardens. Previously home to the Battie-Wrightson family, who resided at Cusworth since 1669, the Grade I listed building is deemed a site of special interest due to the preservation of all the key elements of a Georgian country house.

Dr. Evan Pierce Memorial Gardens – restoration, in Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales, UK
Date built: 2007
Purcell Miller Tritton restoration project : Evan Pierce Gardens
The Grade II registered historic garden was originally laid out in 1874, in recognition of Dr. Evan Pierce’s contribution to public life. Pierce was probably best known for his work during the Cholera epidemic of 1832, when 300 people (10% of the local population) died in Denbigh.

Kew Palace – Restoration, west London, south east England, UK
Date built: 2006

St George’s Hall – Phase II Refurbishment, Liverpool, north west England, UK
Date built: 2006
St George's Hall building renewal by Purcell Miller Tritton Architects
photo © Adrian Welch
St George’s Hall Liverpool

St John the Baptist Church – conservation & restoration, Thaxted, Essex, Southeast England, UK
Date built: 2007
Purcell Miller Tritton project : Essex church
The Grade 1 listed Church, dates back to 1340 and is one of the largest in the county at 183 feet long and 87ft wide. However, following a condition assessment carried out by Purcell Miller Tritton, a number of structural problems were identified in the chancel. Severe decay was found in the structural rafters and was accompanied by the acute deterioration of clerestory stonework.

Stowe House Phase 2, Buckinghamshire, southern England
Date built: –
Stowe House
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Stowe House restoration

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