Category Archive for: Architecture

Classroom Refurbishment Complete at Bridge Farm Primary

Studio LIME were delighted to see the completion of the classroom modifications at Bridge Farm Primay School over the Summer, ready for the new school term. The works included a reorganisation of the existing circulation; an increase in the size of the existing classrooms by 20-30%; new WC facilities; concealed cloak and storage areas; a…

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Studio LIME Celebrations

We recently had a lovely afternoon at The Ivy in Clifton to celebrate 7 years of Studio LIME, 6 years of Alex, 3 years of Emma, 1 year of Kate, and 1 year of Alex as MD. Here’s to another great year ahead.

Shortlisted for ‘The Volly’ Brew-Hall

Studio LIME were very happy to be shortlisted in a recent design competition to provide a new brewery and residential development at The Volunteer Tavern in central Bristol. Our proposals for ‘The Volly’ saw the restoration of the listed pub; the introduction of a new brew-hall event space; an extension of the existing beer gardens;…

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Planning Permission for Pottern Barns

Studio LIME Architects are delighted to have secured planning approval for the restoration of The Pottern Barns on behalf of The Duchy of Cornwall.  Located near the village of Priston a few miles outside Bath, the site has incredible views over the surrounding countryside. The building was originally a terrace of 19thcentury farm workers cottages…

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Studio LIME Architects are moving!

Handover of Newton Farm Foods new cafe

Studio LIME are delighted to announce the successful handover of the new cafe space at Newton Farm Foods, near Bath, The project was delivered on time and on budget and provides space for an additional 45 covers at this popular destination. Main Contractor: Kenn Biggs Contractors Ltd. Architecture and Project Management: Studio LIME Ltd. Structural…

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Restoration underway at Leweston School

K&B Builders have started work at Leweston school to undertake a comprehensive refurbishment of the first floor of the grade 2* listed St Anthony’s Convent. The first stage involves stripping out late 20th century partitions and finishes, reopening 1920’s doorways and removing several decades worth of boarding accommodation detritus. This has revealed some beautiful oak…

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Leweston Music School starts on site

The team at Studio LIME are delighted to announce that works have started on the new music department have started on site at Leweston School in Dorset . The works include the restoration of the the grade 2* listed St Anthony’s convent to form a new ensemble room, a suite of teaching classrooms and a…

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Restoration of Pottern Cottages submitted for planning

Studio LIME Architects have made a planning submission for the proposed restoration of a row of mid 19th cottages near Bath for the Duchy of Cornwall. Used as a pig shed until the 1980s, the white-lias limestone structure is in need of significant restoration. The proposal will create a new, family dwelling for a local…

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Works Complete at the University of Bath’s Polden Corner

Studio LIME have provided Executive Architect services for a new learning commons, cafe, comercial kitchen and accomodation office at the University of Bath’s new Polden Corner building. Working for main contract Bray and Slaughter Ltd, we developed the detailed design and coordinated the various works packages. Concept design by Stride Treglown Architects. Photography by Rebecca…

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