St. Asaph Cathedral in Denbighshire, North Wales has a history dating back 1,400 years with the current building dating from the C13th.
It has often been called a ‘hidden gem’ because of its singular beauty hidden away from the urban metropolis.
From the C13th the Cathedral has grown ‘onion like’ with each generation adding layers of history.
Fragments of time have been lodged within the walls or built upon the older foundations.
Grosvenor is proud to have been part of one of those layers – the latest addition woven into the fabric of millenia.
This time a new building to allow for meetings, education and events incorporating space for a cafe.
The building looks modern and yet, timeless because of the use of traditional materials and crafted details.