Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Bar Interior Design | Pitcher & Piano | Manchester | Nottingham | Macaulay Sinclair

In the viaduct arches of Manchester's Deansgate Locks, amidst copper and brick we inserted striking, bespoke red glass chandeliers delicately constructed from 3,000 hand-made glass tubes. We installed a 'hovering' bottom-lit monolith bar and Victoriana backdrop paying homage to the building's railway heritage.

In Nottingham, we ensured the dramatic 300-year old former Unitarian Church became a place to drink and eat by adding food cues. Elsewhere, we lit the building's dramatic stained-glass windows, removed the central drum to create a more cohesive atmosphere and added deep red banquette seating and suspended light fittings throughout........more


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