Client : Enterprise Inns PLC | Location : Conway, North Wales | Value : £600k
Interior design to a Grade II Listed Victorian public house in connection with the external conservation repair works, remodelling of the external pub frontage and internal layout. The overall design took precedent from the previous 1930’s shop frontage which was also emulated in the new hardwood timber frontage, this also influenced the interior design for wall colours which harmonised with the external materials and finishes through the largely glazed frontage, lighting provided in the form of prismatic/art deco fittings, tiled fixed bar fitting etc. Furniture was an eclectic mix of worn and polished loose furniture with striking and bold fabrics to provide focus and colour to the neutral background. Subtle railway themed room and wayfinding signage was incorporated as a link back to the historic relationship with the railway station and reinstated public house name.