The project comprised the construction of a new amenities facility and reception tower using traditional techniques of local flint, stone ashlars and window surrounds, whilst using modern materials of glulam beams and zinc roofing.
The interior enhances the exposed face of the existing Priory with new hardwood timber, clay pamment flooring and plaster finishes. The roof to the tower incorporates solid timber fins to reflect the original stone detailing. Underfloor heating enables all the wall surfaces to be utilised and highlighted for the benefit of the visiting public. Externally, new entrance footpaths have made access to the Priory for all visitors.
Please click on the link to visit the Binham Priory page on the English Heritage website: www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/binham-priory
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