St Michael’s Church House

Award Winning Listed Building Conversion to Restaurant in Bath

Hetreed Ross Architects sympathetically designed the award winning conversion of this Arts and Crafts style listed building in Bath into a mixed use restaurant and retail space. Minimal and subtle changes to the internal and external fabric, retaining the fine features, enabled the refurbishment to be carried out swiftly and to great effect.

St Michael’s Church House

Award Winning Listed Building Conversion to Restaurant in Bath

Hetreed Ross Architects sympathetically designed the award winning conversion of this Arts and Crafts style listed building in Bath into a mixed use restaurant and retail space. Minimal and subtle changes to the internal and external fabric, retaining the fine features, enabled the refurbishment to be carried out swiftly and to great effect.

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Hetreed Ross Architects sympathetically designed the award winning conversion of this listed building in Bath into a commercial restaurant.  St Michael’s Church House, was built in 1904 and designed by the architect Wallace Gill in an Arts & Crafts style. It is grade 2 listed and contains many fine examples of decoration and joinery from that period. The building had recently been used as an office and our brief was to convert it into an Italian restaurant with minimal and subtle changes to the internal and external fabric. The principal space has become a large dining area and bar for the restaurant, retaining all original features and inserting a discreet stair to give access to the lower restaurant area, kitchen and WCs. The window cills on the street elevation were lowered to allow views into the new shop unit created which was the only external change to the building. The remainder of the building was refurbished to bring it up to current standards.

The project won Highly Commended in the B&NES Design Quality Awards in 2005.

The project won Highly Commended in the B&NES Design Quality Awards in 2005.

St Michael’s Church House – Award Winning Listed Building Conversion to Restaurant in Bath

Hetreed Ross Architects sympathetically designed the award winning conversion of this listed building in Bath into a commercial restaurant.  St Michael’s Church House, was built in 1904 and designed by the architect Wallace Gill in an Arts & Crafts style. It is grade 2 listed and contains many fine examples of decoration and joinery from that period. The building had recently been used as an office and our brief was to convert it into an Italian restaurant with minimal and subtle changes to the internal and external fabric. The principal space has become a large dining area and bar for the restaurant, retaining all original features and inserting a discreet stair to give access to the lower restaurant area, kitchen and WCs. The window cills on the street elevation were lowered to allow views into the new shop unit created which was the only external change to the building. The remainder of the building was refurbished to bring it up to current standards.

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