Royal Academy of Arts, Administrative Department

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.

6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the Museum of Mankind) provides around 6000 square metres of gallery, administrative and catering space for the Royal Academy of Arts in a building adjoining their main galleries at Burlington House.

The practice was appointed to carry out a major refurbishment of the back of house spaces of this Grade II listed building to provide office workspace for all of the Royal Academy’s in-house administrative departments: finance, friends, IT, press and marketing, enterprises, education and HR, including space planning and furniture selection.

This involved close working with departmental heads and directors, facilities management, and the RA’s client committee.