All Saints, West Dulwich

All Saints, West Dulwich

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The Grade I Listed church designed by renowned Victorian Church Architect George Fellowes-Prynne and constructed between 1188 and 1897. In 2000, a large fire destroyed the majority of the building and fabric, leaving only the brick walls standing.

The Morton Partnership was tasked with assessing the condition and stability of the remaining elements and when it was agreed that the church would be rebuilt, developing the design of the reconstructed elements. The client secured the funding to construct a new contemporary extension to the west of the church that was never completed to the original Victorian design.

The new west end of the church was designed and constructed primarily in reinforced concrete with load bearing masonry walls. The west end basement was formed using contiguous piled walls, while the new suspended gantries were added to the main church which are suspended from the new roof structure.

Client: PCC All Saints, West Dulwich

Architect: Thomas Ford & Partners