Adaptive reuse: defining new purpose for existing buildings
Ever since buildings have been built, they have been repurposed. How can existing building assets remain relevant in a changing world?
Run For The Hills has designed Bondi Green – its second offering for Aussie hospitality venture, Daisy Green Collection – a new all-day drinks and dining spot set within a huge, light-filled space at the base of the landmark Brunel Building in Paddington.
Common Ground Workshop have completed a new speculative hospitality development including a restaurant, bar and events space at Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms.
Designed by Universal Design Studio, Goddard Littlefair and their hospitality arm, Epicurean, the design within the century-old architectural landmark forms the start of a dynamic new district being regenerated for the city.
Paying homage to the grand brasseries of Paris, Lyon and Alsace in both flavour and design, Maison François is a new restaurant on the site of what was previously Green’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar in St James’s.
Late last year, when the words COVID, social distancing and furlough weren’t part of our vocabulary, the UK’s growing penchant for indoor food markets was further satiated with the arrival of Market Hall West End – Market Hall’s flagship and most ambitious venue.
The L.A and London based studio has completed work on the design of The Elder and The Jib Door, a restaurant and Members Club in Bath, England. The spaces have been created within a Grade I listed series of Georgian Townhouses within the same site as the new Hotel Indigo Bath.
Designed in collaboration with London-based consultancy, Fabled Studio, the hotel pays homage to its heritage with bespoke furniture and thoughtfully designed spaces.
As the hard-hit hospitality industry prepares to reopen under new government regulations, Mix sits down with Dylan Wills, Associate at HBA, to shed some light on how the industry can manage the inevitable changes they are facing.