Whether the project involves refreshing an existing interior, a change of use or a complete refurbishment, the concepts we generate will meet your budget, timescale, business objectives and the needs of the people who will use the space.
Typically, our interior design work involves, restaurants, cafes and shops, along with business interiors, such as reception areas, offices, meeting rooms, staff rest rooms, presentation spaces and boardrooms.
You can choose the extent of our involvement, from concept boards to developing a complete new look involving layouts, flooring, furniture, fittings, colour schemes, fabrics and lighting.
We can also supply high quality, original graphics and branding for your new interior. All types of materials can be cost-effectively sourced, and we can work with you and your fitters to ensure everything is completed to your total satisfaction.
This new café is in the West End of Glasgow. We transformed the whole look and feel of the café, which was originally a white frontage.
We designed two logo elements, with the name and symbol based on the name 'cinnamon'. Thinking of the leaves of the plant and the structure of cinnamon, we created the full look of the interior and the exterior of the café brand. We designed and created the external signage, window graphics and chose an internal wall colour with large Perspex signage, using high-gloss, black and copper materials.
Associated British Ports – Ayr
I was asked to design a fresh strong look for the ABP Board Room, that reflected it coastal location and showed the history of the Port.
The furniture has a clean architectural look, room colours chosen to work with the industrial environment - introducing the corporate blue of the ABP logo on all doors and LED lighting to create a good economical working ambience.
We sourced three aerial photographs of the port 1980's | 1990's | 2000's showing the development over 30 years. The feature wall has two large full colour photographs of the ABP Troon and Ayr at present day. All the photos serve as good a good point of reference.
Souter Johnnies was destroyed by fire and rebuilt on the site of the old school house where Robert Burns studied in 1775, reinstating the thatched roof the Inn has a modern, contemporary interior, with a relaxed friendly atmosphere.
We were invited to work with the Costley & Costley Hotels team on the creative elements of the lighting. Designing bespoke chandeliers, concealed lighting elements and sourcing lighting that gave a warm atmosphere mixed with an urban feel.