Clifton Park Museum, Rotherham
Clifton Park Museum is housed within a fine Grade II* listed building designed by the renowned architect John Carr. The museum redevelopment was a project for Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.
- Interior Design
The building was extended in the 1970s and this project has involved comprehensive repair and redecoration of the original house, as well as a remodelling of the extension. The courtyard in the extension has been re-roofed with a lantern light, allowing controlled natural light into the heart of the building where there is a multi-functional display and lecture facility.
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