In contrast to the deep and rich colours across the restaurant’s furnishings and décor, Solus’ range of Igneous floor tiles complimented the scheme, offering a subtle but striking juxtaposition.
Creative Director at BusbyWebb Nick Wills said: “Having worked with VQ on previous projects, we have a clear understanding of its concept and ambitions. Its strategy has always been to integrate into hotels, creating a cosmopolitan yet informal flavour for guests around the clock. For VQ Euston we developed the palette that is fast becoming synonymous with the brand.
“We selected Solus’ Igneous range in Felsic to complement the stylish interior of the restaurant and create a striking contrast between the deep reds and rich browns of the furniture and walls. The Igneous collection, with its textured finish and hard-wearing character has plenty of movement making it an excellent choice of flooring for a busy restaurant where the volume of diners will undoubtedly be high.”
“It was a privilege for Solus to be involved in this exceptional project which needed to achieve just the right balance of cosmopolitan style and the versatility required to welcome guests from 7am until 2am,” commented Pete Toule – Solus Area Sales Manager.
“Thanks to the innovation of BusbyWebb and its insight into what is on-trend, that brief was definitely surpassed.”
Principle contractor: Bettlee Interiors
Photographer: Alex Reyto Photography