Architectural Stone have been contracted by Speller Metcalfe LTD to undertake this exciting new project on Bristol’s Harbourside.
This site has sat derelict for nearly 40 years, and is one of the last remaining areas of the harbourside to be developed. The former two grade-II listed gas-works buildings will be transformed into 58 modern homes. The restoration of the historic Purifier House and Engine House marks the final pieces of the regeneration of the city’s floating harbour, and we are excited to be a part of this project.
The 58 homes will be divided between three separate buildings, a combination of both restored and new builds. The style of the five-storey apartment will be designed to fit in with the current historic surroundings, featuring a selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments, as well as an undercroft car park.
Measures will be made to ensure the original historic facade of the Grade II listed Purifier House is retained, honouring the history of the area.
Completion of the project is set for Spring 2019.
The progress of this complex project on Bristol’s Harbourside can be followed here
Curious to see how the final project will look? Check out these stunning 3D rendered images on the Speller Metcalfe Website.