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Project News: Yakinori Restaurant, Bristol

Yakinori wall-art

In May, we began work on a full fit-out for a new client in Bristol: Japanese restaurant Yakinori, which opened to customers at the start of July. Yakinori is the sister-company of Woktastic (based in Birmingham). This is their third branch, located in Park Street in the centre of Bristol. Yakinori specialises in authentic Japanese food cooked freshly on-site each day. Their menu features a wide range of noodles, sushi and bento boxes. We undertook the entire fit-out for the … [Read More]

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]

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