Wilton's Music Hall
The Grade II* listed Wilton's Music Hall is one of the few remaining music halls still existing in its original state.
Comprising of a mid-19th century hall, it is attached and integrated into 18th century houses. The architectural strategy for the refurbishment was centred on minimal intervention to the existing fabric. As a result, a sensitive approach to the services design and installation was vital.
The building was treated to omit ambient noise, particularly from the nearby Docklands Light Rail, and improve heating performance. The electricity supply has been upgraded to cater for larger and more energy-intensive shows. As there are few ceiling or wall voids, mineral-insulated copper cable was employed front-of-house for an elegant, heritage aesthetic.