Colston Street, Bristol Scope: Renovation of fire damaged building to provide 116 student bedrooms, social and study spaces Role: Architect / Principal Designer Client: University of Bristol Value: £8.0 million 33 Colston Street is a six-storey building in the centre of Bristol which suffered from a severe fire in October 2015. The University of Bristol undertook a complete internal rebuild of the student accommodation provision including improvements to student facilities where possible. This included providing en-suite bathrooms throughout and a separate senior resident’s flat. Working with the end users and student representatives, enhancements were made to shared social and study spaces on the ground floor.
[Project undertaken by Andrew Brown while at Oxford Architects]