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The owners of Digbeth’s much-loved craft beer and burger restaurant, Original Patty Men, wanted to open a bar in the adjacent unit for diners to enjoy a drink while they waited for a table during busy periods. But they were keen for Kilder to be more than just an overflow space; it needed to have a clear, separate identity, with a very different look and feel to the restaurant.

The result is a clean, crisp, sleek design, with Scandinavian influences. A soft palette of green and grey with pale wood furnishings brings much-needed light to the space. Subtle references to the bar’s location under the arches of a railway bridge are made through the use of wall tiling and a mix of classical and contemporary lighting, brass fittings and banquette seating.
A courtyard area between the bar and the restaurant helps unite the two spaces and allows for communal outdoor drinking and dining.

Designed by Tony Matters / Faber Design & Architecture
Photography by Handover

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