Project Category: <span>Commercial</span>

RRA Architects > Commercial

Feasibility Study Herefordshire Golf Club

November 29, 2020 / By admin

RRA’s scheme sought to reuse the existing structure to minimise unnecessary costs, whilst reconfiguring the space to provide a multi-use venue. These days Golf Clubs find it hard to be financially viable when relying on golfers alone. Therefore, the business needs to attract other regular customers such as diners, walkers and cyclists. In addition, the […]

Little Princess Trust

March 2, 2020 / By admin

Established in Hereford in 2006, The Little Princess Trust provides free real hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years, who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or other conditions, as well as funding vital research to find better treatments for childhood cancers. Read more about the Little Princess Trust […]

Tewkesbury Growth Hub

May 27, 2019 / By admin

Details of the commercial refurbishment of Tewkesbury Borough Council’s Public Services Centre and home to ‘The Tewkesbury Growth Hub.’

Swoon, Bath

February 13, 2019 / By admin

Brainchild of Bruno Forte and Pat Powell, Swoon is an award-winning producer of fresh gelato. Having opened a very successful parlour in Bristol, Swoon approached RRA Architects to convert a disused, run-down, listed shop in Bath into a stylish gelateria. The scheme required full planning and listed building consent along with a detailed drawing package [...]

Dunkertons Cider

October 17, 2018 / By admin

Dowdeswell Park – The Vision: In Spring 2016 Julian Dunkerton purchased a 210 acre site, beside the picturesque Dowdeswell Reservoir, previously known as ‘The Barlands’. RRA Architects has been commissioned to design a scheme to develop the area into a destination spot combining outdoor activities for visitors of all ages with the opportunity to connect […]

Canwood Farm Gallery, Hereford

May 24, 2018 / By admin

The project involved the careful consideration of details to ensure a minimal backdrop for the works of art that are to be permanently housed within and on the walls of the building. Given the constraints of the existing building, the end result is a minimal aesthetic ensuring the building is a backdrop to the enjoyment [...]

Bishops Cleeve – Community Project

May 24, 2018 / By admin

The design maximises a site that consisted of a Listed threshing barn that had fallen into dereliction. As a result of this heritage the design makes use of the structural bays of the timber-frame, together with evoking the scale and mass of the original building. The building, clad in Western Red Cedar, uses natural materials. [...]

Bill’s Cafe, Hereford

May 24, 2018 / By admin

The design was about striping back the years of remodeling that did not sit well with the original structure, to reveal the core shell of the building. This was then refurbished with a brand identity redeveloped for Bill’s all the way down to the furniture designed and specified under a full fit-out contract, with suitable [...]

Alton Road Industrial Estate

May 24, 2018 / By admin

The master-plan provides for a mixed-use development of industrial, commercial and retail usage on the site to provide for a broad range of viable commercial gain and employment; the site includes a mix of commercial office units from 1,000 to 25,000 sq. ft, retail units from 3,000 to 6,000 sq. ft and industrial units from [...]

Gwynne Warehouse

May 24, 2018 / By admin

RRA developed this project to combine all the demands of a contemporary exhibition space, whilst allowing for the fact that, the building was grade 2 listed and flooded at least twice a year. The structure was in a partially derelict state and required extensive timber repair work and rebuild. The design strategy ensured the use [...]