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Abergavenny Castle Events Pavilion
An open pavilion for events and performances for Abergavenny Museum.
Located in the Registered Park & Garden area of the grounds of the Scheduled Ancient Monument at Abergavenny Castle. Planning application submitted November 2018. 3D visualisations and photomontage by Will Morris.
Located within the confines of the Great Hall within the Scheduled Ancient Monument. Current feasibility exercise, pending funding and future CADW and planning approvals. 2020.
Early stage feasibility study for multi-use new building on the site of a derelict hall. Monmouthshire.
Typical pre-fabricated building visuals provided by T.G Escapes Ltd. www.tgescapes.co.uk
Baltic Restaurant, Blackfriars, London
Use the link to see some fantastic current images. www.balticrestaurant.co.uk
Grade II listed, former builders' yard in Southwark. A remarkable barn like space behind a front Georgian Terrace. Completed by Drury
Browne in collaboration with Seth Stein Architects. 2001.
The Park Restaurant, Salusbury Road, Queens Park, London
Conversion of Royal Institute of the Blind workshops for Martin Saxon (http://www.tastingplaces.com/chefs-experts/) and others
(painting: Michael Stubbs c.1997 gloss floor varnish on gloss paint on MDF - www.michaelstubbs.org)
Ross and Monmouth Sea Cadets
Assisting the cadets with their relocation ... pre-fabricated units, the complications of avoiding potential flooding from the River Wye, negotiations with the Town Council and a very low budget!
Planning approval 2017.
Maquis, Hammersmith Grove, London, W6
Completed by Drury Browne back in 2001-2002 - but miraculously, I discover, still a bar, restaurant and deli today.
The owners have changed several times, the name is no longer 'Maquis' and the finishes inside are now different. However the basic infrastructure and layout, since
its conversion from a row of derelict shops, appears to remain quite unchanged. Planning permissions, licences, building regulations, fit-out works, new shop fronts, a basement kitchen, new
WCs below the pavement, ventilation and electrical installations, fit out of adjoining delicatessen.
Above:Drury Browne drawings and images
Below: internet images (2018).
BLEND, Mepham Street, London, SE1
An existing brick railway arch used since the 1940’s as a coffee roasting plant; proposed
conversion to a retail coffee bar, by the same family-run, long-established, company. Unbuilt.