You are invited to meet the Architects and hear about the plans for restoring Blake’s Cottage at 11am on Saturday 3rd June at Felpham Village Hall, 17-19 Vicarage Lane, Felpham PO22 7DZ
The Royal Institute of British Architects gladly commended Rick Mather Architects (RMA) to take the lead in the task of restoring the Cottage to the form it once was when William & Catherine lived there from 1800-1803 and help us create in Felpham a world class centre for the study and enjoyment of William Blake’s art, poetry and prophecy.
Stuart Cade of RMA, who led the magnificent restoration of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford as well as many national and international projects, has agreed to address this open public meeting at which you will be free to ask about their approach, suggest ideas and help make it all a great success. He will be accompanied by his assistant James Roach of RMA.
RMA have created some visual boards to visualise the proposals:-