A number of our clients have been shortlisted for the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2013; including Tramshed, Cabana and Ibérica for innovation in interior and architectural design.
The award, that has been successive for five years, honours the triumph of the top designers and architects as well as the top restaurants and bars in the world. The judging panel includes Karim Rashid and Alberto Alessi, the editors of The Wallpaper and Frame magazines.
The award will be given to the designer of the restaurant/bar as well as the restaurant/bar manager. The ceremony will be held in London’s Farmiloe Building on September 12th and the after-party will be held at the Golden Bee in Shoreditch. Tickets to the event can be bought here.
Tramshed, part of Mark Hix’s group of restaurants, has been shortlisted for this award for its sheer simplicity and avant-gardism. The grade-2 listed building was designed in 1905 as a facility for the Tramway System and today the restaurant still holds the Tramway roots in its design. The centre of the restaurant holds an astonishing Damien Hirst piece, the ‘Cock and Bull’ that Hirst created especially for the restaurant.
Take a walk downstairs to see our very own art gallery. Mark Hix is known for his love of art and now we have our very own gallery with exhibitions changing every 6 weeks. Tramshed
Cabana the Brazilian barbeque restaurant, celebrates the culture, vibrancy and buoyancy of Brazil through its interior design. Cabana is decorated with cultural symbols such as kites, printed posters collaged on the walls and denim banquettes, ultimately creating an inspiring atmosphere. The founders Jamie Barber and David Ponte, stated that their restaurant pays tribute to all the things they love about Brazil; the food, the environment and the people.
…an atmosphere designed to capture that refreshing Brazilian spirit ‘tudo bem’, meaning, everything’s good… Jamie Barber and David Ponte, Founders
The authentic Spanish restaurant, has a traditional look that is complimented by artistic and modern elements in its design. The restaurant is welcoming and creates a divine atmosphere through plenty of bright light and elegant textures and tones.
With its floor to ceiling windows, Ibérica Marylebone is flooded with natural light throughout the day. The main ground floor restaurant features a 15-metre statement bar where guests can enjoy a selection of Ibérica’s Spanish wines, Sherries and beers. Iberica