Hospitalfield Arts

Arbroath, United Kingdom 2013 – present

Client: The Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust Category A Listed

Hospitalfield House is a Category-A listed building in Arbroath. The house is a complex amalgam of medieval buildings and mid-nineteenth century Scottish Baronial construction with early Arts & Crafts interiors. Since 1900 it has been a place for artists and for arts education and has been run continuously as a charitable trust. The fabric of the building has been deteriorating and in 2015 Caruso St John drew up an ambitious master plan for the renovation of the historic buildings and for new architectural additions to enable the organisation to progress and realise its vision as a cultural resource for the twenty-first century.

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Models

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Accommodation building

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Cottage

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Studios

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Café and Fernery

Drawings

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Site plan

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Accommodation floor plan

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Accommodation cross-section

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Accommodation long-section

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Accommodation east elevation

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Accommodation south elevation

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Accommodation perspective

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Studios floor plan

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New Studio sections

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New Studio elevations

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Existing studios sections

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Existing Studios elevations

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Existing Studios elevations

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Cottage ground floor plan

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Cottage first floor plan

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Cottage sections

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Cottage elevations

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Related news

Project Review

Hospitalfield

6th May 2022

Director Rod Heyes and Project Architect Paula Schilliger present the practice’s masterplan for Hospitalfield House in Arbroath, Scotland, as part of the Architecture Foundation's series of talks exploring the typology of the artist's studio.

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Exhibition

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2022

London, United Kingdom

21 June — 21 August 2022

royalacademy.org.uk

Caruso St John have four drawings in this year’s Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, curated by the artist Alison Wilding under the theme 'Climate'. The exhibition opens on the 21st June.

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Peter St John was interviewed by Veronica Simpson about the practice's renovation work at Hospitalfield House in Arbroath. They discussed the recently completed Café and Fernery, alongside the future plans for the arts centre.

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Opening

Hospitalfield

Arbroath, United Kingdom

27 May 2021

hospitalfield.org.uk

Caruso St John have completed renovation work on the fernery and glasshouse at Hospitalfield House in Arbroath, which opens to the public today. This is the first phase in the wider redevelopment of the Category A listed arts centre.

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Appointment

Hospitalfield Arts

Arbroath, United Kingdom

Caruso St John have been appointed architects for the development of Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath, Scotland.

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Credits

Location
Arbroath, United Kingdom

Date
2013 - present

Client
The Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust

Heritage
Hospitalfield House, Category A Listed
Hospitalfield House Fernery, Category B Listed

Area
1,300m²

Caruso St John Architects
Adam Caruso, Peter St John, Rod Heyes

Project architects
Sam Casswell (2013–2015), Amy Perkins (2015–2016), Paula Schilliger (2018–present)

Project team
Maija Viksne, Pauline Sauter, Elena Balzarini, Darya Keivani, Jo Sharples, Ben Speltz, Rachel Caul

Landscape architects
Nigel Dunnett
Edward Payne

Conservation architects
Simpson & Brown

Structural engineer
David Narro Associates

Service engineer
Max Fordham

Cost consultant
Morham & Brotchie

Project manager
McLeod & Aikten

CDM advisor
Alliance CDM

Fire engineer
Jensen Hughes

Main contractor
Phase 1, Chap Construction

Photography
Pauline Sauter