Architecture Centre Bristol harbourside

Architecture Centre Bristol, South West England

The Architecture Centre brings the biggest, broadest and boldest ever festival of Bristol’s built environment to you this September. Expect four days of dawn to dusk activity, with over a hundred opportunities to see Bristol’s buildings from above, below and within.

Hicks Gate Fire Station

Hicks Gates Fire Station in Keynsham

Architects: AHR

The 1,700 sqm station is split into two main volumes: 5 appliance bays and a two-storey accommodation block. The building has service and operation on the ground floor and living spaces above, reducing internal response distances.

Queen Victoria House

Queen Victoria House in Bristol

Design: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

PegasusLife has been granted planning permission to renovate Queen Victoria House, a beautiful Victorian building on Redland Hill, and transform it into a retirement development.

Hollow in Bristol

Hollow in Bristol

Design: Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye

The University of Bristol has unveiled a new public artwork by artist Katie Paterson and architects Zeller & Moye. Entitled Hollow, the artwork will be permanently sited in the historic Royal Fort Gardens in Bristol.

St Mary Redcliffe Church Bristol

St Mary Redcliffe Competition Winner, Bristol

Purcell beat Carmody Groarke, dRMM, Eric Parry Architects and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios in this architecture competition: they “demonstrated the deepest understanding of the site and context” with a “crisp, integrated and compelling” design.

UWE Bower Ashton Campus Building

UWE Bower Ashton Campus Buildings, Bristol

Design: Austin-Smith:Lord, Architects

Competitive tender won to deliver architectural, interior design, landscape design and engineering services to the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol as it begins a major redevelopment of its Bower Ashton Campus.

St Mary Redcliffe Church

St Mary Redcliffe Competition Bristol

This is a two-stage design competition; at the first stage, expressions of interest are sought; at the second, designers will be asked to respond to the church’s vision for an integrated scheme, incorporating a range of facilities within a building or buildings.