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Number Four, Shrewsbury

The combination of old and new gives this project its identity

Number Four, Shrewsbury.
Number Four, Shrewsbury. Credit: Mark Ansell

RIBA West Midlands Award winner 2021
Small Project Award


Baart Harries Newall for Number Four
Contract value: undisclosed 
GIA: 359m2
     

This project extends the capacity of the Number Four restaurant into a grade II listed building on the street behind, bringing it back into use by creating a bridge over an external fire escape. The roof, mezzanine and external walls are supported by a glulam structure. External walls are clad in black-stained pine and internal walls in plywood. The combination of old and new gives this project its identity and provides a sustainable solution for heritage assets in the town, as well  as offering a contemporary architectural experience.

  • Number Four, Shrewsbury.
    Number Four, Shrewsbury. Credit: Mark Ansell
  • Number Four, Shrewsbury.
    Number Four, Shrewsbury. Credit: Mark Ansell
  • Number Four, Shrewsbury.
    Number Four, Shrewsbury. Credit: Mark Ansell
  • Number Four, Shrewsbury.
    Number Four, Shrewsbury. Credit: Mark Ansell
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