Temple Quay House, Bristol

Temple Quay House, Bristol | Swanmac | Silent Gliss Roller Blinds
Location: Bristol
Sector: Commercial
Specifier: BAM
Products used: Roller blinds

The area around Bristol Temple Meads is undergoing massive transformation with Bristol City Council working to bring 130 hectares of brownfield land back to life and create over 22,000 jobs in the next quarter of a century. Included in this redevelopment is the landmark building, Quay.

The building, which is opposite Temple Meads train station, will effectively double in size as it is turned into offices. The design and refurbishment have a focus on sustainability and wellness and will increase the current 4-storey building to 7-storeys at Grade A specifications. The changes include the addition of bicycle facilities and a rooftop terrace with magnificent views over Bristol.

The redevelopment of Quay forms part of the broader transformation of Bristol Temple Meads – one of the UK’s largest regeneration projects. Under the plans, Bristol City Council is also looking to revive 130 hectares of brownfield land; build 10,000 new homes; and create 22,000 jobs over the next 25 years.

During the first quarter of 2024, our team will install a range of Silent Gliss roller blinds. Slient by name, and silent by nature, they provide a smooth, quiet mechanism, are robust to stand heavy usage and come in a wide range of fabrics to suit any interior design. Fabrics are wipe-clean ensuring that these blinds remain fresh-looking for years to come.

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