Town house, Clifton, Bristol

The project involves a programme of fabric and structural repairs, re-servicing, internal and external alterations to a Grade II* Georgian townhouse in the Clifton Conservation Area of Bristol.

The interior is subtly reordered to remove a series of more recent alterations and reinstate the house's original clarity with formerly secondary functions such as the kitchen introduced in the form of materially-refined but consciously distinct contemporary furniture pieces.

Externally, a poorly constructed and much altered closet wing is discreetly remodelled to create a timber-lined corner opening that grows from a planted pergola to reference the adjacent garden structures and provide a newly formed workroom with a carefully-framed glimpse to the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

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