"Three disused railway arches; giving new uses to old structures"
To create a micro-brewery with a 200-cover bar and restaurant tucked neatly into Stoney Street, Borough Market.
- LocationStoney St, London
- Site Area450 sqm
- Time Scale2004 - 2006
Working within three disused railway arches near to London Bridge, close to Borough Market, the design team at GSA aimed to give new uses to these old structures and a new focal point for the area.
GSA transformed the existing railway arch infrastructure that houses Vinopolis’s Wine Museum and Hospitality Centre to create a new pub, micro-brewery and restaurant. This work also enabled the client to upgrade and expand the food offer of ‘Wine Wharf’ as well as establish a new front floor and external seating courtyard for its customers.