Introducing our latest hospitality project – The Townhouse Guildford – a new Coppa Club in Guildford. Set across three floors, the layout is designed so guests can settle in for the day enjoying a members club-mentality (but without the fees) with all-day dining, co-working, drinking and socialising all under one roof. The Ground floor offers a cafe, bar and laptop space, the first floor is home to a brasserie and private dining and the top floor features a destination cocktail bar and club lounge with in-house DJs.
A really exciting project and full studio effort, between our interiors and branding teams. Blending our signature Run For The Hills spatial design and detailing of each space, including the two bars, banquettes and creative joineries and then layering the overall FF&E styling scheme. Crafting a gorgeous hospitality experience, but also carefully considering the staff operational journey, as well as creating some of the bespoke in-venue art and signage. The RFTH graphics team also designed and hand-painted bespoke mural gently winding up through the entire stairwell, and created the new logo lockup for The Townhouse, which took inspiration from the heritage of the building and its former life as a tailors.
We’re really proud of this one. Thanks also to the wonderful Coppa Club team and all the suppliers, contractors and partners who have made this project really special! See the full case study over here.
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