Chapman Taylor appointed to design interiors at residential development Castle Park View in Bristol

Chapman Taylor has been appointed to provide the interior design for all the amenity spaces at Bristol’s much-anticipated Castle Park View residential development.

Castle Park View is an exciting and attractive scheme which will regenerate a brownfield site, jointly owned by Bristol City Council and Homes England, in a prime location on the south-eastern corner of Castle Park – delivering some of the best dedicated Built-to-Rent and affordable homes in the city centre.

Our concept for the interiors is rooted in Bristol’s heritage and sense of identity, and captures the creative and vibrant spirit of today’s Bristol. Individual, yet linked, identities will be created for amenity spaces such as the building’s reception, foyer, social lounge, games room, dining areas, sky lounge, event space and fitness suite.

Our designs evoke the history of the city as a crucible of the industrial revolution, incorporating finessed details which particularly reference the city’s aircraft and automotive industries. Clean, simple lines will be accented by modern and comfortable upholstery in a relaxing palette of colours and materials – creating attractive and inviting social spaces in which a sense of community can be created.

Chapman Taylor, acting for Linkcity, was responsible for the architectural design of Castle Park View, and we are now working with M&G Real Estate and Bouygues UK on the construction phase and interior design, which is scheduled to complete in 2022.

Jon Grant (BA(Hons) Interior Architecture)

Director, London

Joining our London studio in July 2017, Jon has returned to the UK from running our Bangkok studio. When he was in Asia, Jon worked on both Architectural and Interior design commissions across the region in China, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar and Malaysia.

Jon has over 15 years’ experience working in Asia with design expertise in high-end interior design projects across the hospitality, F&B, residential and retail sectors.

Areas of expertise:

Interior Design / Architecture / Retail / F&B / Hospitality / Residential

Nick Thursby (BA (Hons) Dip Arch RIBA)

Director, Bristol

Nick joined Chapman Taylor’s London studio in 1999 and worked on the award-winning Princesshay, Exeter scheme before joining the UK concept design team.

He was jointly responsible for establishing Chapman Taylor’s Bristol studio in 2013 and as a UK Board Director is now responsible for the ongoing development and management of this part of the UK business. Nick also leads Chapman Taylor’s Sustainability Group responsible for researching best-practice environmental design initiatives and innovation.

He has 20 years’ experience spanning all project stages.

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Residential / Mixed-use / Concept Design / Detailed Design / Sustainability

Nick joined Chapman Taylor’s London studio in 1999 and worked on the award-winning Princesshay, Exeter scheme before joining the UK concept design team.

He was jointly responsible for establishing Chapman Taylor’s Bristol studio in 2013 and as a UK Board Director is now responsible for the ongoing development and management of this part of the UK business. Nick also leads Chapman Taylor’s Sustainability Group responsible for researching best-practice environmental design initiatives and innovation.

He has 20 years’ experience spanning all project stages.

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Residential / Mixed-use / Concept Design / Detailed Design / Sustainability

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