The Plough, Cambridgeshire

turnerbates collaborated with Cambridge architectural practice Complete Fabrications on the refurbishment of The Plough Public House. The works included around 100sqm of new build, including the relocation of the customer toilets, new function rooms and various landscaping works to the exterior. Subtle themes were suggested to define each of the smaller areas or rooms, such as Spitfire, which relates to the pub once being a wartime hang out for the local squadron from neighbouring village, Duxford.