The marketplace is going to be one of the highlights on Thames Street, serving as a destination for leisure, shopping and dining. The concept of the project is to have indoor space continue out to the water, providing an outdoor space for dining and leisure, but also giving the boardwalk a resting point. The building is planned as two floors, with the fish market and multipurpose area on the first and an eatery, sitting area, balcony and facilities on the second. The building will be made of a light metal frame with panels to enclose the space and is designed with a folded glass panel that can be opened up to the outside, yet decrease wind pressure in a storm.
Chan, Otto; Cornachio, Jon; Delemos, Jessica; Figuerdo, Eric; Hamm, Jack; Hunter, Kaelen; Larson, Andrew; Law, Edward; Levine, Jake; Luke, Ian; Papadopoulos, Anastasios; Wheeler, Jake; Copur, Ulker; Bombara, Lauren; Eckel, Matthew; and Robinson, Arnold, "Urban Design of Bristol Waterfront, Lower Thames Street" (2013). Architecture and Urban Design. 13.