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Bristol Developments

Buildings in south west England – English Built Environment, UK

Bristol Building Developments

South West England Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Bristol Architecture Designs – chronological list

Arnolfini Icon
Architecture Centre Bristol
Architecture Centre Bristol Events

Birnbeck Island
Bridewell Student Housing Art Installation
Bristol Aerospace Centre
Bristol Architect
Bristol Architects
Bristol Arena Competition
Bristol Arena Entertainment & Sports Venue
Bristol City Museum
Bristol City Stadium
Bristol General Hospital site
Bristol Life Sciences Building
Bristol Metropolitan College
Bristol University Building

Chocolate Factory Mixed-Use Building in Bristol
Cotham School

Hicks Gates Fire Station in Keynsham
Hollow in Bristol

Lower Lodge Gatehouse Bristol Building

New University Library for the University of Bristol

Queen Victoria House in Bristol

Shaldon Road Community Housing
St Mary Redcliffe Competition Winner
St Mary Redcliffe Competition Shortlist
St Mary Redcliffe Competition Bristol

Temple Circus
The Anvil Office Development Bristol

UWE Bower Ashton Campus Buildings

Weston Super Mare Pier

Location: Bristol, south west England, UK

Architecture in South West England

Architectural Projects in South West England:

Bristol Architecture

Chocolate Factory Mixed-Use Building by BuckleyGrayYeoman Architects:
Chocolate Factory Mixed-Use Building Bristol developments
photograph © Peter Landers

English Architecture

English Architects

This is a city, unitary authority area and county in South West England with an estimated population of 449,300 in 2016. It is England’s sixth and the United Kingdom’s eighth most populous city. It is the most populous city in Southern England after London. People from Bristol are known as Bristolians.

The city borders the Unitary Authority areas of North Somerset and South Gloucestershire, with the historic cities of Bath and Gloucester to the south-east and north-east, respectively.
source: wikipedia

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