Commercial, Industrial, Hospitality and Community

Hotel Refurbishment & Extension, Brome

The Oaksmere Hotel is a Grade II Listed country house and is of national importance for its exceptional Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. At Roberts Molloy Architects our involvement with The Oaksmere Hotel is on-going and we have had the opportunity to complete numerous schemes for the hotel, including a butchery-kitchen extension, applications for the reinstatement of the historic kitchen/garden and the most recent proposal for the erection of an Orangery, new reception with offices and covered link. The external appearance of the traditional front of the hotel remained unchanged, the extensions to the rear were broken into three elements, each individual and responding to a different aspect of the eclectic rear elevation of the hotel.

New Commercial Building, Diss

The proposal was to provide a new warehouse and showroom for an established local retail firm. The new building allows for 40,000sq. ft of new showroom space enabling the client to maintain and expand their business, particularly in wholesale to the trade. It was designed to create a modern industrial unit with clean simple lines using sustainable and low embodied energy materials.

New Showroom & Retail Space, Bressingham

The initial proposal was to convert a historic and Listed barn to an annexe for domestic ancillary accommodation. The architecture of this conversion was of a traditional nature and appearance, complementing the adjacent Farmhouse. The large open plan layout allowed the barn to retain its historic original state without the addition of any partitions or additional floors. Following the conversion, our client wanted to expand their family run Interior Design Consultancy by creating a showroom with retail space. The presentation of the converted barn to potential Interior Design clients offered a convincing showroom, showcasing the design possibilities and level of quality and ideas the business has to offer.

New HQ Building, Brome

The proposal was for a small technology-based business park, including six individual speculative single-storey units, to be available for lease to local start-up or small businesses concentrating on high-tech, low-impact manufacturing processes. The development was progressed by a local high-tech manufacturing company who also proposed their own bespoke company headquarters at the site. The signature HQ building was of a high-quality design with interest and originality. The development of the company HQ allowed for consolidation of financial viability and security for a growing modern company. The location and size of site was particularly suitable for this company as it added employment opportunities and financial activity to the area.

Hotel Refurbishment & Extension, Brome

The Oaksmere Hotel is a Grade II Listed country house and is of national importance for its exceptional Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. At Roberts Molloy Architects our involvement with The Oaksmere Hotel is on-going and we have had the opportunity to complete numerous schemes for the hotel, including a butchery-kitchen extension, applications for the reinstatement of the historic kitchen/garden and the most recent proposal for the erection of an Orangery, new reception with offices and covered link. The external appearance of the traditional front of the hotel remained unchanged, the extensions to the rear were broken into three elements, each individual and responding to a different aspect of the eclectic rear elevation of the hotel.

New Commercial Building, Diss

The proposal was to provide a new warehouse and showroom for an established local retail firm. The new building allows for 40,000sq. ft of new showroom space enabling the client to maintain and expand their business, particularly in wholesale to the trade. It was designed to create a modern industrial unit with clean simple lines using sustainable and low embodied energy materials.

New Showroom & Retail Space, Bressingham

The initial proposal was to convert a historic and Listed barn to an annexe for domestic ancillary accommodation. The architecture of this conversion was of a traditional nature and appearance, complementing the adjacent Farmhouse. The large open plan layout allowed the barn to retain its historic original state without the addition of any partitions or additional floors. Following the conversion, our client wanted to expand their family run Interior Design Consultancy by creating a showroom with retail space. The presentation of the converted barn to potential Interior Design clients offered a convincing showroom, showcasing the design possibilities and level of quality and ideas the business has to offer.

New HQ Building, Brome

The proposal was for a small technology-based business park, including six individual speculative single-storey units, to be available for lease to local start-up or small businesses concentrating on high-tech, low-impact manufacturing processes. The development was progressed by a local high-tech manufacturing company who also proposed their own bespoke company headquarters at the site. The signature HQ building was of a high-quality design with interest and originality. The development of the company HQ allowed for consolidation of financial viability and security for a growing modern company. The location and size of site was particularly suitable for this company as it added employment opportunities and financial activity to the area.