Project Tag: <span>Restaurant</span>

RRA Architects > Restaurant

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 […]

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 [...]

Porters Restaurant

June 6, 2018 / By admin

The first response was to use contemporary detailing to create a palette of quality and accents of detail. Our client asked us to design a quirky restaurant with elements of humour; the stag’s horn pendant lights and glitter ball in the ladies’ washroom certainly does that. RRA nested an array of banquette seats into the [...]

Saxtys Night Club and Wine Bar

May 24, 2018 / By admin

The restaurant, wine bar and club needed complete re-modernising to meet with contemporary fashion and to create a new brand identity within a competitive leisure industry. The entire project was completed under a tight time and budget schedule, and the project accommodated design changes right up to the last minute. The end result has proven [...]

The Buttermarket – RIBA Competition Award

May 24, 2018 / By admin

RRA's Buttermarket entry was designed to establish an over-arching brand identity which would work with existing market-traders, and purveyors of local Herefordshire food heritage, to manage, promote and incubate new visitors and foot fall within this historic Victorian food hall. RRA, in collaboration with the UK’s leading independant markets agent Quarterbridge, developed an exciting proposal [...]

All Saints’ Church

May 24, 2018 / By admin

This was achieved through: sensitive insertion of flexible and adaptable spaces, the introduction of a café / restaurant to populate the space, and the creation of a mezzanine floor within the south aisle. This allows the nave to remain a free and open space allowing for liturgical and / or secular uses. The interventions are [...]