R e s t a u r a n t s & B a r s
Clifton Observatory, Bristol
Renovation, alteration and extension to the Grade II* Listed Clifton Observatory. Works included refurbishing the museum space in the tower, upgrading the roof terrace and single-storey part of the building as 'event space' , and constructing a new glazed extension to the east as a cafe.
Winner of the 2021 Bristol Civic Society Design Award.
Interior - Before Restoration
Woodland Road Elevation
Interior - Looking towards inside
The Cloakroom, Bristol
Conversion of a public toilet to a cafe at Woodland Road, Bristol. This purpose built public convenience was constructed in 1904 on the corner of Park Row and Woodland Road. It was owned by Bristol City Council and functioned as a public convenience until 2001 when this became financially unviable. It was sold in 2017 at an auction to a new owner who started the process to convert it into a café.
Winner of the 2020 LABC Bristol Excellence Award- Best Change of Use to an Existing Building
Cosy Club, Norwich
Conversion of a Grade II Listed building into a bar/ restaurant for Loungers UK Limited. Works include repair of the existing fabric on a ‘like for like’ basis and the removal of some of the modern, unsympathetic, interventions in the existing building.
Goldbrick House, Clifton, Bristol
A highly glazed flat roof extension to enclose the existing roof terrace, increasing the trading area of this Grade II Listed building on Park Street. Clerestory windows provide natural light deep into the plan of the function room.
Steak of the Art restaurant, Bristol
Architect services for a new Harbourside restaurant in Central Bristol. We were appointed to prepare layout drawings, obtain planning consent and Building Regulation approval for this popular waterside steak house.
The scheme converted a disused Woolworths Building into a cafe/restaurant. A rooftop terrace was formed to increase the trading area and allow light through a glazed wall into a new double height space formed at ground floor level.
The Battleaxes, Wraxall
The Battleaxes pub is located on the outskirts of the small village of Wraxall in North Somerset. Works included the re-ordering and repair of both interior and exterior of the Grade II listed late 19th Century building.
The Cosy Club, Stamford
Conversion of the former Post Office depot into bar/ restaurant for Loungers Limited.
The Castle Inn, Bradford-on-Avon
Joint winner of the ‘Camra’ National Pub design awards for major upgrading and re-ordering of the structure and fabric of a Grade II listed Pub in a Conservation Area.
The Cosy Club, Bath
Architects services for a new bar/restaurant within the Southgate development in the centre of Bath. Preparing initial sketch proposal and planning applications for shopfront and signage works. Preparing annotated drawings suitable for building regulations application and detailed drawings such as electrical layouts and licensing drawings.