Delighted for the team at Taza on the achievement of reaching No.1 Restaurant in Dublin on TripAdvisor. They got a 5 star rating and topped the poll. Excellent food and staff along with great design – a perfect combination!
Classic Gastropub interior just completed at Jobstown House – these back lit metal letters worked a treat. More photos soon.
Suas – beautiful soft leather, rustic tables, soft industrial style interior with quality local interest photographs.
Had fun with this one …more photos later
We had few walls to work with so we decided to make the floor very dramatic. We had this amazing graphic painted with floor paint onto the existing cobblelock. It’s the first thing you see when you enter the premises. It draw’s customers in off the promenade to see what’s going on……
We work with lots of different artists to customize pieces so each of our projects get their own layer of creativity woven into the scheme.
Kazbar, Waterford already one of the busiest bars in Waterford opens its doors to show off its new revamp for the 2018 Easter weekend. Highlights include cool feature artwork, murals, 3D wall art and tin tiles at the ground floor bar. The 1st floor bar is named “Josephines” after Josephine Baker the 1920’s dancer with […]
Delighted to have been nominated for Hospitality Project of the Year in the Fit Out Awards 2017 for The Hudson Rooms Gastropub in Liffey Valley Dublin. Watch this space!
Well done to all at Molloy’s Pub for winning Bar of the Year in The Southern Comfort Peoples Choice Awards. They have a great crew and work hard to constantly deliver a great offer. We really enjoyed working with The Molloy Group last year on The Station which is their Gastropub and more recently on […]
The new(old) Citreon Van has arrived at Butler and Barry . It is being converted into a cocktail bar and servery. Just love how it sits neatly under the canopy! Check out the photos of the whole of Butler and Barry Gastropub in Bray right here. It’s worth a look and worth a visit for […]
One of the most amazing houses I’ve been to is Maison De Verre in Paris. Designed by Pierre Chareau in 1928, it was one of the first houses to use “industrial” materials and fixtures with a more traditional style of home décor. We booked a few months in advance because the house is rarely opened […]