Snape Maltings  has its roots in the Aldeburgh Festival, an international celebration of classical music founded by Benjamin Britten in 1948 in the Victorian maltings in the low lying landscape of Suffolk.

Allies and Morrison has developed a masterplan for the site to guide its future development, building on a strong architectural pedigree; Snape is home of Arup Associates’ Snape Maltings Concert Hall (1967) and a series of more recent additions by Haworth Tompkins. The masterplan identifies opportunities to repurpose derelict buildings, provide new accommodation, music studios, shops, spaces for creative and cultural businesses and an improved overall public realm and circulation areas, as well as accomodation for the new home for the National Centre for Music and Wellbeing.

To learn more about the project, click here.