Norman is a consultant for projects in the Historic Environment. He has worked on both historic buildings and new development for over 25 years.
Trained at the Royal College of Art and the Architectural Association School, Norman has since 2005 concentrated on the repair and conservation of historic and listed buildings and how new development can be integrated with the old. He has worked at John Miller + Partners Architects and after being an associate at Sidell Gibson for several years, Norman set up his own consultancy firm in 2010 (detailed CV). On projects where historic fabric sits alongside new development, he acts as a preferred consultant on conservation matters for Southstudio. Norman is a registered architect with the ARB and full member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC). Born in South Wales, he acts as London advisor on chapels and churches on behalf of Capel, the Chapels Heritage Society of Wales.
Conservation Architect, Beaney Institute Canterbury. Repairs to listed grade II fabric. 2009 to date.
Conservation Architect New French School, Kentish Town, London, grade II listed.
Advisor to Channing School for Girls, Highgate 2009
Advisor to Defence Estates on the disposal and repairs of the grade II* Royal Military Academy Woolwich 2001-2002.
School Architect Roedean School Brighton, grade II, directing principal repairs since 2006.
Norman Chang is listed in the Register of Architects in the United Kingdom, No. 052607J
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