Broadmead Baptist Church lies hidden amongst the bustling shops and restaurants in Bristol City Centre. In 1969 the church was relocated upstairs from the original ground floor, where it had been since the 17th Century, and architect Ronald Hubert Sims redesigned the premises with a clear brutalist vision in mind. An abundance of raw concrete and timber panelling invite space and warmth into such a beautiful building.​​​​​​​
Broadmead Baptist Church in Bristol - a photograph by Bristol based architecture photographer Jake Hitchcock. Raw concrete and timber panelling show off the brutalism vision designed in 1969 by architect Ronald Hubert Sims.