Built towards the end of the 19th century, Middlesborough Town Hall is famous for its iconic status a premier performance venue, as well as home to the local council offices.
This gothic-style building was in need of a comprehensive programme of refurbishment to bring it’s Victorian interior right up to date. The £8 million restoration programme, which included significant Heritage Lottery funding, would house improved bars, facilities and rewiring, as well as a new multi-functional community and education rooms.
The Middlesbrough Town redevelopment incorporates quirky design elements, including opening up its Victorian cells and fire station as a visitor attraction.
The Collective CGI produced artist’s impressions of the proposed spaces, complete with graphics and animations to demonstrate the finished restoration. This has helped to secure further funding for the project, as well as giving the client a positive message to communicate to key decision-makers.