Pembroke College, Cambridge

Transformation of the College within the city centre

This project forms part of the redevelopment of the Mill Lane site, which provides a unique opportunity for significant expansion of Pembroke College within the city centre. The proposals include a new residential court and restoration of a number of historic significant buildings, linked by landscaped open spaces that continue and extend the language of Pembroke’s distinctive gardens. The new and existing buildings will provide graduate accommodation, teaching spaces, and publicly accessible facilities including a gallery and a performance venue.

The listed Emmanuel United Reform Church will become a space for music, performance and lectures, providing a new communal asset to serve the College, the University and the wider public. Together, the development will provide a range of versatile, adaptive and flexible spaces, which will serve a range of activities that express Pembroke’s enduring commitment to world-class research, teaching and the exchange of ideas.

Client

pembroke college

structural engineer

price & myers

services engineer

max fordham

theatre consultant

charcoalblue

cost consultant

gleeds

project manager

bidwells

Acoustician

max fordham