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Bristol’s dockside regeneration continues apace.A new addition to Britain’s liveliest waterfront,the Severnshed Restaurant, occupies a transit shed in the Docks,the only survivor ofa set ofnine demountable structures designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in the last century.The shed was purchased by KBP ,a company specially formed to launch and manage the Severnshed venture,by the architect Peter Meacock ofCentral Workshop,with Matthew Pruen and Patrick Dempsey.
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