Commercial and Leisure Projects
Studio Four Specialist Projects were asked to produce designs for 4no. private rooms which were to be linked to the main public house in Whitchurch.
Studio Four assisted Createability and Alliance Leisure to provide South Gloucestershire Council and the Circadian Trust with improvements at two leisure centres outside Bristol.
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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
Studio Four were appointed to improve the facilities and site at Picador Vauxhall, Chandlers Ford
Studio Four Specialist Projects submitted a competition entry for the redevelopment of Whitchurch Silk Mill which has recently received Heritage Lottery Funding.
Studio Four were commissioned by Kenwood Delonghi Braun UK to provide a multi-phased refurbishment scheme at their Havant Business Park.
Studio Four Specialist Projects were approached in 2014 to be involved in a project to look at the development of an existing Listed barn owned by the clients in West Dean.
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.
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.
This new scheme was proposed to create an attractive entrance to the Quedam Shopping Centre in Yeovil inviting pedestrians from Middle Street.
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
Hampshire County Council had developed this scheme to the Planning Application stage and then required a Contractor-lead team to progress the project.
The project comprised conversion of the existing kitchen at St James’ Hospital into a Central Food Production Unit (CFPU).
During the summer of 2008 Studio Four were asked to provide a feasibility proposal for the construction of a focal point office and factory unit development on land owned by H.C.C at Basingstoke.
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.
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 “
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.