Munkenbeck+Marshall project, Stephen Marshall Partner in charge
Salisbury Cathedral has undergone considerable refurbishment to both the interior spaces and the masonry elevations. This work is now complete and the masons sheds are to be taken down allowing a clear view of the spire from the lawn. The cathedral holds one of the few remaining copies of the Magna Carta and the cathedral board plans to construct a new museum in the site of the masons huts to show the Magna Carta in an interpolative environment. The design proposes putting the museum underground with a glazed roof for views of the spire. The materials would be oak, glass and lead.