Adaptive reuse of historic listed building: former Pub transformed into residential accommodation in Jersey.
The project involved the preservation of historic listed buildings in Jersey through the adaptive reuse of a former pub into residential accommodation.
The design approach aimed to create a harmonious courtyard of houses that would complement the character and stature of the BLI listed structure. To achieve this, the existing building was strategically divided into three units, taking advantage of the natural backup of the façade and the existing staircase.
The result is a sensitive intervention that not only preserves the heritage value of the buildings but also provides comfortable and functional living spaces for contemporary occupants.