The Grade I listed frontage is believed to date mainly from 1708, (though has been repaired several times since) and was originally where merchants struck their bargains as ships unloaded & loaded in the adjoining port. Now, the building has had a new lease of life with the former dark interior transformed into a light, welcoming space.
Queen Anne’s Walk
We were able to negotiate the insertion of new windows in the main elevation to bring light into the dining areas and create a visual connection with the exterior covered colonnade. We also reopened a high level gable window in the central hall and the windows along the riverside elevation. That and the high, vaulted ceilings have resulted in two impressive yet flexible spaces.
STAGE OF INVOLVEMENT: To RIBA Stage 4 (Building Regulations)