Brick & Liquor

Project Description

The Clapham based site, the second for the brand, is inspired by the edgy urban vibe of New York City’s East Village.

An intimate cosy feel was created through the decor’s warm colour palette with reclaimed wood panelling, brass fixtures and a solid steel, LED lit, dual height bar. The bar is modern, striking and tactile for the customer whilst being incredibly versatile and operational by the staff behind it.

The new shop front & entrance way were complimented by the signage which gives an understated welcome to potential customers passing by. Whilst the compact but functional kitchen ensure all the customers do not leave hungry.

Structural alterations to the building allowed the site to be re-purposed from an estate agents into a 100 capacity high end bar whilst meeting all modern day building regulations.

A noise attenuating ceiling was designed & installed to ensure that none of the residential tenants above the property where disturbed as the property traded and used the high end AV system that RDF installed. This level of design & thought for neighbours was also incorporated into the mechanical extraction systems of the building, which had bespoke filtration and sound baffling units designed & installed as part of the building’s transformation.

Project Details

November 30th, 2017
Retail & Leisure

Project Skills

  • bespoke
  • Bespoke Joinery
  • d&b
  • design
  • design and build
  • Development
  • HVAC
  • joinery
  • Kitchen
  • M & E
  • M&E
  • Partnership
  • Refurbishment
  • Regeneration
  • renovation
  • Restoration
  • Specialist
  • Structural

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