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Great Brockeridge, Bristol

CaSA Architects' exemplar refurbishment demonstrates that our existing building stock may be renewed through intelligent design

Great Brockeridge.
Great Brockeridge. Credit: Guy Sargent

South West & Wessex RIBA Regional Award 2022

CaSA Architects for private client
Contract value: Confidential
GIA: 203 m²

The extension and renovation of this 1960s house has completely transformed its performance, usability and identity. The simple and economic design moves include; remodelling the street elevation, extending the upper ground floor, adding a steeper roof pitch, forming a new ground floor entrance and over-cladding in blue-black Staffordshire tiles and bricks.

Efficient use of space accommodates dogs, children, bikes and storage, all through bespoke inbuilt joinery which was prefabricated using CNC technologies. Daylight is brought in through the section, using light wells and the beautiful new timber stair to reach the deepest spaces in plan, while many corner rooms are dual aspect and have fine views. A tactile interior material palette contrasts with the utilitarian exterior.

Great Brockeridge is an exemplar refurbishment demonstrating that our existing building stock may be renewed through intelligent design.

  • Great Brockeridge.
    Great Brockeridge. Credit: Guy Sargent
  • Great Brockeridge.
    Great Brockeridge. Credit: Guy Sargent
  • Great Brockeridge.
    Great Brockeridge. Credit: Guy Sargent
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