• Image: Master's Lodge
  • Image: Master's Lodge

Master's Lodge, Trinity College

The Master’s Lodge is located in the Great Court, north of the Great Hall, originally built in 1554 and Grade I listed.

The West Wing was added in 1892 by Sir Arthur Blomfield to provide private accommodation for the Master, releasing the historic rooms for Public functions. The Master’s principal hall has 16th Century panelling and the main Drawing Room has original late 15th Century plaster ceiling and a fine period fire place.

The Master’s Lodge is being reconfigured with light refurbishment work to the existing Master’s private quarters set across the 19th Century wing to the rear of the Lodge and in the Judge’s Rooms located to the north. This is in association with mechanical and electrical services replacement.

Feilden+Mawson have been appointed to submit a listed building application later this year and continue as conservation architect to completion in 2019/20.