Avon Street Student Accommodation 所在城市: Bristol, UK

项目类型:
住宅
服务:
建筑设计
工作室:
布里斯托
客户:
Victoria Hall Management Ltd

证书:

Distinctive residential architecture in the heart of Bristol's Temple Quarter.

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重要信息

Includes:
502-bed residence complex of three blocks and a standalone mixed-use building.
Area:
0.36-hectare site
Status:
Planning application submitted

Looking to create active and safe student residences

Specialist student accommodation developer and operator Victoria Hall Management Limited, with the support of the University of Bristol, is seeking to deliver purpose-built student apartments across two sites in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. Chapman Taylor was commissioned to design the new developments as architecturally striking landmarks and active and safe student hubs.

High-quality accommodation in a superb location

Chapman Taylor’s design for the Avon Street site will provide a 502-bed student residence complex across three buildings on the 0.36-hectare site of the former Chanson Foods facility, which sits beside Bristol’s famous floating harbour and close to the university. The proposed development will relieve some of the housing pressure on residential areas nearby and provide high-quality accommodation and shared facilities in a superb location.

Meeting the needs of students and the city

The concept was developed in consultation with the University of Bristol and Bristol City Council to ensure that the needs of students and the city were uppermost in the design's evolution. The proposed development will relieve some of the housing pressure on residential areas nearby and provide high-quality accommodation and shared facilities in a superb location.

Distinctive architecture

The distinctive stepped architecture of the buildings will provide a readily identifiable landmark for passengers travelling in and out of Temple Meads station. The buildings will vary from six to 13 storeys in height, with a standalone two-storey mixed-use hub to the harbour side.

An improved and active landscape

The structures will be set back from the street, harbour and railway to provide an improved external landscape and enhanced connectivity as well as allowing for possible future incorporation of the site into the harbour walkway. The development will have an active ground floor, including a highly active reception area to enhance security for residents and visitors.

Improved connectivity and landscaping

The structures will be set back from the street, harbour and railway to provide an improved external landscape and enhanced connectivity as well as allowing for possible future incorporation of the site into the harbour walkway.

Should planning permission be achieved, it is anticipated that the scheme will complete in time for the autumn 2022 opening of the adjacent Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus by the University of Bristol.

Jonathan Harris (BA (Hons) Dip Arch)

副董事, 布里斯托

Jonathan Harris joined Chapman Taylor’s Bristol studio in 2016 as as an Associate Director.

He is a member of our Residential Team and responsible for leading a number of key mixed-use regeneration projects in the Bristol studio.

Previously based in London, Jonathan has design experience working across a number of sectors including residential, education and commercial offices. 

Areas of expertise:

Residential / Offices / Masterplanning

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