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Project News: HIPANEMA at Southend Airport

HIPANEMA

We recently completed a pop-up shop at Southend Airport for our client Clare Moore, for fashion brand HIPANEMA. HIPANEMA’s AMENAPIH collection is a ready-to-wear clothing range which launched in France and is now expanding world-wide. The current season includes bikinis, beachwear and jewellery. The HIPANEMA pop-up shop is located in the airport’s main departure lounge. We did the complete installation and fit-out. We also did a range of bespoke manufacturing, including a counter and various displays.   More Information The … [Read More]

Project News: Bala Baya Restaurant, Southwark

Bala Baya restaurant

We recently completed a full interior fit-out for a new Middle-Eastern restaurant in London: Bala Baya. The restaurant is located in the heart of Southwark, near the old Union Street arches. Bala Baya serves authentic Middle Eastern cuisine throughout the day, with a quick-stop bakery and signature pitta snacks, sit-down lunches and brunches, plus a full restaurant service and cocktail bar in the evenings. The venue has huge arched ceilings, so the interior is split across two floors: there’s a … [Read More]

Project News: Colchester Archaeological Trust Roman Circus

Roman Circus spectators

This month we did some unusual work for Colchester Archaeological Trust: we manufactured some large metal cut-out figures for the Roman Circus Visitor Centre in Colchester. The Centre is the site of Britain’s only known Roman Circus chariot-racing track. Visitors can see the remains of the original circus and a variety of archaeological finds, with interactive displays and a large-scale model of the circus. The figures are being set on a metal frame, and they will represent the audience of … [Read More]

Project News: Tombo pop-up café, Liberty’s

Tombo pop-up cafe

We recently completed a manufacturing and installation project for our client Tombo: they wanted our help creating a pop-up café bar for a concession area within Liberty’s – the famous department store in Regent Street, London. The project included manufacturing several bespoke mobile counters. Tombo started out as an authentic Japanese restaurant in South Kensington, which we fitted back in 2010. Their speciality is Matcha desserts and drinks, and they also sell their own range of Japanese teas. (Tombo is … [Read More]

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