Rosenberg House

newly modernised almhouse

The Project

On Tuesday 31st January Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall came to celebrate the reopening of the newly modernised almhouse, Rosenberg House. Built in 1974, connecting to an early Georgian east wing, Rosenberg House is a grade II listed building that provides homes for some of St John’s Hospitals’ elderly local residents in Bath.


Building Control

Oculus was involved in the building control aspect for the refurbishment works designed by architecture firm Stride Treglown to provide a new atrium and 15 spacious and contemporary apartments to help improve accommodation for support residents, enabling them to live as independently as possible.

 


Images courtesy of Stride Treglown

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