Category: In Venue Graphics

Introducing Tivoli

28th October 2018/0/0/

We are delighted to unveil the design of the interior of TIVOLI’s first location, launching in December in Bath. TIVOLI is an exciting new breed of boutique cinema, a fantastic screening venue that is also a high-end social and dining destination in its own right.  Run For The Hills’ branding team worked first with the […]

Graphic Design, In Venue Graphics, interior design, New work

Introducing Bennetts Hill House

31st July 2018/0/0/

We have recently transformed an unloved and dilapidated Georgian bank in the heart of Birmingham into an urban chic, loft style office space. Restoring the heritage building to its former glory and raising the bar on workspace design in the city at the same time. The space is spread over five floors, comprises close to […]

branding, In Venue Graphics, interior design, New work, workspace

Shortlisted for The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards

18th June 2018/0/0/

Very happy that our work on MAM to be shortlisted for the prestigious Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, in the category of Identity, for the stylish, artistic brand we created for the neighbourhood Vietnamese restaurant.

Awards, Graphic Design, In Venue Graphics, restaurant design

Mắm: Vietnamese BBQ restaurant open for business

5th October 2017/0/0/
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Hey Notting Hill We are super excited to have just wrapped on the design of a cool new restaurant in our own hood. Mắm is a Vietnamese bar and restaurant on the hip All Saints Road, a hip and a skip from Portobello Road. View our full case study here Graphical Interiors Mắm is an […]

Art, branding, great spaces, In Venue Graphics, interior design, New work, restaurant design

Street Food Pioneers

22nd September 2017/0/0/

LUNCH MEN OF MUMBAI Award-winning Street Food Pioneers Dabbawal approached us to help them refresh their brand. Dabbawal, winners of the British Curry Awards 2015, have two popular restaurants in Newcastle. One in High Bridge, in the heart of city, and the second in the leafy suburb of Jesmond. Inspired by the famous Dabbawala lunch […]

branding, In Venue Graphics, New work, restaurant design, Wallpaper, website design

MAM London: Salvation In Noodles team bring Vietnamese barbecue to Notting Hill

8th August 2017/0/0/

One of our latest projects gets a mention on the Evening Standard Online: “The team behind London’s popular Salvation In Noodles restaurants will open a new venue in Notting Hill this autumn that shines the light on Vietnamese barbecue. The group’s founder Colin Tu — who was also behind the pop-up Big Dirty Burger, as it happens — […]

branding, In Venue Graphics, New work, Press Coverage, website design

Vietnamese Barbeque Concept

24th July 2017/0/0/

Londontown has a new Vietnamese Barbeque restaurant. From the people behind Salvation In Noodles, and designed by Run For The Hills. More info: mamlondon.com   SaveSave

branding, In Venue Graphics, New work, website design

Street Food Pioneers

21st July 2017/0/0/

We are delighted to be working with the people from Dabbawal, Street Food Pioneers of the North East. Evolving their brand identity and creating a new website for their British Curry Award winning restaurants up in Newcastle. Stay tuned for more info…

branding, In Venue Graphics, New work, website design

Run for The Hills Shortlisted for Interior Design Scheme

20th July 2017/0/0/
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We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for Interior Design Scheme – UK Award within The International Design and Architecture Awards 2017. You can read their feature on The Design Society now! “The design brief was to create a beautiful master suite in the light-filled first floor of the client’s Georgian townhouse in Islington, London. […]

branding, In Venue Graphics, New work, restaurant design

New Vietnamese Restaurant in Notting Hill

6th July 2017/0/0/

We are on the home stretch for the design of our latest restaurant project, a Vietnamese Barbecue concept in Notting Hill. Creating a stylish new brand identity and a light, fresh interior. The project included original screenprint and wallpaper designs, a wooden pergola and a banana tree. Coming soon…

branding, In Venue Graphics, New work, restaurant design
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