Culmination of six-year effort to reinvigorate the derelict Royal Worcester factory site
KKE Architects for The Bransford Trust
Contract value: £7.1m
Cost per m2: £2,273
Royal Porcelain Works is the culmination of six years’ effort to reinvigorate the derelict Royal Worcester factory site into seven townhouses, three apartments and an arts and exhibition venue including a café and workspaces. Works included restoration of the grade II listed porcelain display hall and rebuilding the counting house. A foyer constructed with in situ concrete and glulam beams creates a separation between old and new. Pedestrianised public space unites the Museum of Royal Worcester with this historical part of the city.