New College Oxford, Morris Building – Completed.Thursday, 17 January 2019
The scheme includes a new garden building providing fully accessible rooms, the conservation of four adjacent listed buildings, re-landscaping the Morris Yard, adjusting the collegiate offer to provide improved student accommodation and cluster flats including three fully accessible suites.
The new Garden building sits within the area of the outer ditch of Oxford’s medieval City Wall which dominates the New College campus.
21 Longwall Street was built in 1910 by William Morris as the garage and showrooms of Morris Motors making it a key part of Oxford’s industrial heritage. A fine Edwardian-Baroque façade remains intact and will be conserved as part of the scheme.
New-build Garden Rooms and the surrounding landscape alterations provide high quality self-catering accommodation accessible for everyone.