novo cemetery, queen mary university

London / United Kingdom / 2012

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The campus of Queen Mary University, London has developed around the Novo Cemetery – the oldest Jewish cemetery in the UK (1733). Seth Stein Architects was commissioned to create new pedestrian routes surrounding the burial ground, including the creation of a new public space to be used by the university, the public and the Spanish Portuguese Jewish Congregation


Area 4800 m/sq


In April 2014 English Heritage granted the Novo Cemetery Grade II Listed Landscape status.


Shortlisted for 2014 RIBA London Awards

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    The campus of Queen Mary University, London has developed around the Novo Cemetery – the oldest Jewish cemetery in the UK (1733). Seth Stein Architects was commissioned to create new pedestrian routes surrounding the burial ground, including the creation of a new public space to be used by the university, the public and the Spanish Portuguese Jewish Congregation Area 4800 m/sq In April 2014 English Heritage granted the Novo Cemetery Grade II Listed Landscape status. Shortlisted for...

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    • Year 2012
    • Status Completed works
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