All Saints Church, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey

The interior of the church was re-ordered and a rather brutal 1970s concrete floor replaced with a new insulated floor and tiled finish. The slab alterations to accommodate existing burials and archaeology involved quite a bit of structural work, although little of this is visible in the final scheme. The existing Vestry, Choir and toilet facilities have been significantly upgraded with altered floor levels and sensitive alterations to create new doorways. A new arched stone entrance was carefully created, with a new oak framed porch, to the North Transept. Heritage Lottery Funded. 

Completed 2014.

Architect
Ptolemy Dean Architects

Value
£3.6m

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