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St jude, South kensington

In 2010, work began on site at the Grade II* listed St Jude’s Church, to transform the building into a suitable space for four separate user groups, across three floors. The project included comprehensive engineering works, excavating more of the undercroft, a new roof covering, external landscaping, and a complete fitout. The primary user, St Paul’s Theological College, gains three lecture spaces, offices, a café and reception area, a library, and full amenities.

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Nave, view of Chancel, Gallery with Offices underneath

Gallery over Nave, view towards Library

Café & main entrance

Undercroft Lecture Room

Stair from Café to Library

Café, view towards Nave

Nave, high level

St Mellitus College have produced a video, including footage of the Ground floor Cafe and Nave, the first floor Library, and a Basement Lecture room. The College have their own website here.

Library, view to Nave