A complex regeneration of the former Tramshed site on Colston Street into a mixed use scheme of new restaurant, bar, micro brewery and offices.

Zero Degrees stands on a triangular site formerly used as the horse drawn tram sheds during the 1800s.

Located on a hill and overlooked on all sides it is essentially an island site surrounded by three roads and bisected by Upper Christmas Steps, an historic pedestrian route.

The design for the new building kept the original entrance ramp, triangular maintenance workshop, public steps and the curved stone facade to Lower Park Row.

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