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For many designers when designing a bar, restaurant or workplace social setting, the first element of their designed scheme is creating a social area where people can fuel-up and relax.
Established in 1998, Fusion By Design has created incredible projects for some of the biggest brands in the leisure and hospitality industry. Currently working on a multitude of exciting projects, the practice is in the completion stages of a design in Bristol called The Bristol & Bath Rum Distillery, as well as the new café facility at the Bombay Sapphire gin distillery, working alongside GWP architects.
The SOCIAL experience at Mix Design Collective considered the first element of any bar, restaurant or workplace social setting – a place for visitors to fuel-up, socialise and relax.
Fusion by Design’s Social experience perfectly considered this first element, establishing a place for visitors to fuel-up, socialise and relax.
‘Discussing what excited us, we wanted a concept idea that was loose enough to relate to a variety of visitors, but also epitomised Fusion By Design as a company. And nothing is better than a good Yorkshire brew! Hotel design is experiencing a move towards front of house areas that are more than just a lobby or a bar. This is the direction a lot of our hospitality clients are heading, even outside of the hotel sector. They desire venues that can be accessed across the day by a varied client base, making their offer an all day one,’ Fusion by Design tells us.
For more information about Fusion by Design and the partners and products featured in this experience, see the brochure below:
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