Queen Mary Events and Dining Spaces, Greenwich

The undercroft of Queen Mary Court of the former Royal Naval College at Greenwich has been reordered to provide a principal catering and events space and forms a social hub and focus for the University of Greenwich and for public entertainment.

The undercroft is part of the main grade 1 building from 1750 and is simply but elegantly designed in 3 vaulted bays carried on circular stone columns and piers. The new design reinforces the natural modulation of the vaulted construction with up lighting integrated into the new oak boarded floor. The columns have been stripped of recent paint finishes to reveal the natural stone below and a carefully designed bar completes the new intervention. A full catering kitchen has been designed into an existing service space.

The undercroft of Queen Mary Court of the former Royal Naval College at Greenwich has been reordered to provide a principal catering and events space and forms a social hub and focus for the University of Greenwich and for public entertainment.

The undercroft is part of the main grade 1 building from 1750 and is simply but elegantly designed in 3 vaulted bays carried on circular stone columns and piers. The new design reinforces the natural modulation of the vaulted construction with up lighting integrated into the new oak boarded floor. The columns have been stripped of recent paint finishes to reveal the natural stone below and a carefully designed bar completes the new intervention. A full catering kitchen has been designed into an existing service space.

The undercroft of Queen Mary Court of the former Royal Naval College at Greenwich has been reordered to provide a principal catering and events space and forms a social hub and focus for the University of Greenwich and for public entertainment.

The undercroft is part of the main grade 1 building from 1750 and is simply but elegantly designed in 3 vaulted bays carried on circular stone columns and piers. The new design reinforces the natural modulation of the vaulted construction with up lighting integrated into the new oak boarded floor. The columns have been stripped of recent paint finishes to reveal the natural stone below and a carefully designed bar completes the new intervention. A full catering kitchen has been designed into an existing service space.

The undercroft of Queen Mary Court of the former Royal Naval College at Greenwich has been reordered to provide a principal catering and events space and forms a social hub and focus for the University of Greenwich and for public entertainment.

The undercroft is part of the main grade 1 building from 1750 and is simply but elegantly designed in 3 vaulted bays carried on circular stone columns and piers. The new design reinforces the natural modulation of the vaulted construction with up lighting integrated into the new oak boarded floor. The columns have been stripped of recent paint finishes to reveal the natural stone below and a carefully designed bar completes the new intervention. A full catering kitchen has been designed into an existing service space.