This Month in Channel Islands Construction Focus – Issue 4.6
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction: Channel Islands Construction Focus.
In this month’s issue we profile SOUP Architects of Guernsey; we take a look at the Fort William project; and we cast an eye over Ruby’s Lounge and Bistro.
Delivering the exceptional as standard, multi-award-winning SOUP Architects of Guernsey continue to produce outstanding projects, adding to an enviable portfolio including recently completed schemes such as Sarnia Cottage, K-House, Longis View, Coppercoins and upcoming projects including new build dwellings, various extensions, art spaces and extensions / renovation works to listed buildings and barns. With every project the practice aims to derive distinct and delicious variations from the influence of culture, resources and environment. They believe every project is special and each client unique.
Meanwhile, a stunning two storey extension to a listed building, providing a large new family room with breath taking sea views, has been constructed at a private residence known as Fort William in Grouville, Jersey. The extension is structured around a steel frame with accoya timber cladding, with ’B protect’ liquid waterproof roofing and sedum roofing. The new building also incorporates a glass floor panel and a large picture frame glass panel. The interior includes an impressive spacious lounge area with magnificent panoramic views, a luxury kitchen and dining area and a large bathroom.
And finally, Ruby’s Lounge and Bistro, located in the former Town House in New Street, Jersey, fuses fine dining with a cabaret feel. Diners can expect live dancing, preforming waiters and waitresses and musical entertainment alongside bespoke cocktails and à la carte dining. In this issue, Premier Construction: Channel Islands speaks with owner Tonicha Lawrence about Ruby’s Lounge and Bistro to find out more about the restaurant.
With all this and more, look no further than Channel Islands Construction Focus for the latest awe-inspiring developments that continue to shape the architectural landscape.