The Stable Block at the Royal Hospital Chelsea is looking fantastic! The blocked openings have been re-opened and new doors and fixed glazing have been installed to restore the original elevation proportions for the first time in decades.

In addition, the courtyard has been repaved with permeable bedding material and a new flat perimeter introduced to improve accessibility. There is just a bit more decoration to be done and the new stable doors to be hung and the courtyard elevations will be complete.

Find out more about Peregrine Bryant Architects’ work on this project here, or read more about the project background at the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s page