310 Studio’s new studio gets Council Approval!

310 studio have been awarded planning permission for extensive remodelling and extension to their Bedminster Parade HQ in Bristol. Timber Frame, External Ceramic Wall Tiles, Jesmonite Panelling and targeting a zero-carbon build - We can’t wait to get stuck into the first phase of construction!



Le Corbusier in Pessac

On a recent holiday to France, Paul paid a visit to Le Corbusier’s workers housing in Pessac, near Bordeaux, all built, quite astoundingly, 93 years ago. ‘A bold and brilliant catastrophic failure’. Extraordinary! 



Zero Energy House Feasibility, Ireland

We’ve been busy researching ultra-sustainable construction practices whilst developing a feasibility study for a zero energy house within an existing Victorian carriage shed in the heart of Galway City in the West of Ireland. An extraordinary learning curve and fascinating, ever developing field of research.




Seymour Road – Phase 1 Completes

A zinc clad dormer loft extension - Phase 1 of 310 Studio’s works to a large terraced house in Seymour Road, Bristol are complete. Phase 2 will see a zinc roofed ground floor extension built later this year.




Aardman Lecture by co-founder David Sproxton

David Sproxton, one of the two founding partners of Aardman Studios, the animation Giants who brought us Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run and many more, gave an extraordinary talk at the John Sebastian Light Ship and took us all on An Epic Journey indeed. Wonderful man, wonderful
work! 


Tyntesfield House Visit

We found this rather extraordinary corner at the back of the wonderful Tyntesfield House on a recent ramble around its many delights, all lovingly looked after by the National Trust. What a way to turn a corner!


Coffee Time!

310 Studio were given a tour of Wogan Coffee’s production facility last week and learnt a whole lot about Coffee - More complex than wine they say - who knew! 


One week, 3 successful Planning Awards!

3|10 studio celebrated receiving notification of no fewer than three separate successful planning awards this week, two of which were in Conservation areas. The projects included a substantial extension to a beautiful Georgian Terrace house in Donnybrook, Dublin, A Yoga Studio and Office in a conservation area in Kent and a handsome two storey rear extension in the Midlands. 

We’re very much looking forward to developing all three!



Minimal Handrail Detail

Bespoke, slender metal handrail designed by 3|10 Studio, crafted and powder-coated by fabricators in Yorkshire. 

The minimal design creates a compliant handrail and balustrade for a tight staircase, within a loft conversion. The lines of the metalwork cast shadows onto the wall beyond, introducing contrast and drama to an otherwise simple attic space.



Brightbow Workspace - Handmade Signage

In collaboration with the local Bristol printing press ‘The Letterpress Collective’, we are currently designing new signage for the studios of Brightbow Workspace. We recently visited their studio to learn about the process involved in letter press printing and enjoyed exploring the various fonts, paper and ink…

We can’t wait to receive the mock up sample in the post! Now we need to get on with making the post rails…


Wellcome Trust - Panel Room Practical Completion

Delighted that works have now completed on site for the Panel Rooms and associated Break-out Spaces, at the Wellcome Trust Headquarters on Euston Road. 

The Team have worked hard together, to deliver an outstanding project that we are very proud of. It has been a pleasure to work with 8 Build on this project.  



Beaver Row - Submitted for Planning

3|10 Studio have now submitted a planning application for works to the rear of a Georgian cottage on Beaver Row in Donnybrook, Dublin. 

The proposal includes for a sensitively scaled rear extension to provide a family sized bathroom, kitchen, dining and living space to the existing cottage.


University of Surrey - Fairspace Lab

We recently completed RIBA Stage 2 Concept Proposals for a world class robotics laboratory for the University of Surrey. 

The project ambitions are to enhance teaching and learning experiences, to allow for increased student numbers and to improve the student offer. 

We look forward to developing this exciting project!

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