Grosvenor Cafe by Surface ID, Glasgow

July 27th, 2011 by retail design blog

Restaurant and Bar Design Awards 2011

Multiple bar or club Winner

The client wanted to transform a staid, underutilized cavernous bar into a multifunctional flexible venue with a real focus on good food, live music and customer choice. Externally, faded warehouse style adverts entice people upstairs, reflecting the building’s historical purpose.

Creative detailing makes the venue completely flexible, with hidden panels transforming into stages and moving boom lights shifting the focus from day to night. Clever use of mirror brings light deep into the space and adds a touch of glamour by dusk.

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