About the project

The Hampshire Fire and Rescue refurbishment (Phase 1) consists of four sections; garage and stores building, new training unit link extension, training unit link alterations and finally FST facility.

Other projects…

God’s House Tower

God’s House Tower is a grade I listed building on Southampton’s seafront. In the 15th Century it was used as an artillery tower to protect the sluices beneath it

Durley Chine Restaurant, Bournemouth

Studio Four were originally approached by Reside Construction to assist them in progressing the design and construction of a new beachfront café at Durley Chine.

Business Park, Southampton

Our Southampton office were asked on behalf of the West Itchen Community Trust, to design a new Enterprise Park, consisting of small industrial units. There are separate lettable office areas on the first floor.

Hattingley Valley Vineyard

Categories: Acute Healthcare | Primary Healthcare | Education | Community | Private...

Hampshire Fire & Rescue Headquarters

The Hampshire Fire and Rescue refurbishment (Phase 1) consists of four sections; garage and stores building, new training unit link extension, training unit link alterations and finally FST facility.

High Street, Southampton

Studio Four were asked to design a contemporary block of residential flats with ground floor commercial premises on a challenging site within the old part of the City.

Whitchurch Silk Mill : Competition Entry

Studio Four Specialist Projects submitted a competition entry for the redevelopment of Whitchurch Silk Mill which has recently received Heritage Lottery Funding.

Offices at Humphrey Farms Ltd, Twyford

Categories: Acute Healthcare | Primary Healthcare | Education | Community | Private...

Extension to Playgolf Bournemouth Golf Club

Playgolf Management Ltd appointed Studio Four Architects to implement the design of a two storey extension to their existing golf clubhouse and 60 bay golf range

Oasis Cafe, Southampton General

This internal refurbishment scheme at Southampton General Hospital involved the complete stripping out of the old redundant League of Friends Tea Bar and two adjoining offices to create a larger space for the new Café named “ Oasis “

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