Zero Degrees

Creating instant kerb appeal at a popular microbrewery in Bristol city centre

Woodhouse and Law were appointed by the popular microbrewery and restaurant chain, Zero Degrees to reimagine and redesign the external terraces of their Bristol city centre venue. The brief was to create an impactful, stylish outside space to work in unity with the industrial interiors, while also giving the venue stand-out appeal on the Bristol bar scene.

The microbrewery is built into a steep bank, with a series of terraces, so we designed bespoke planters and balustrading to soften the space. Outdoor seating was introduced for customers to make the most of good weather and also increase the number of covers. We commissioned bespoke gates at the entrance featuring salvage and reclaimed elements, inspired by the city’s rich industrial heritage and the venue’s former life as horse-drawn tram sheds. These add instant kerb appeal at street level, enticing beer lovers and history buffs alike. Generous planting throughout ensures the feel of a green oasis for customers to enjoy whether drinking or dining.