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A riverside police station has been turned into a plush restaurant by Mike Richards of Inscape Architects. The Bristol building, to open on 23 April, has glass sheets, balconies and open-air decks. Internal finishes to riverstation are by Wells Mackereth Architects and include elm, Portland stone, walnut and zinc. The curved-roof building cost about £1 million and has space for 250 diners on two floors.

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