Working with award-winning Martin Hulbert Design, who styled the original interiors for The Grove, we helped deliver a stunning new look for The Glasshouse, which now lives up to its name. The Glasshouse restaurant and bar is set within a vast triple-height glass conservatory — that beautifully frames the extensive views of the gardens, bringing the outside in. We were appointed to manufacture all the bespoke joinery and metalwork in the bar and restaurant areas, which included brass and chemically-blackened steel on the bar counters, shelving, mirror frames, columns and as well as a new staircase. The designer and client were delighted.
After submitting a competitive tender and extensive negotiations, and value engineering we were delighted to be appointed by high end jeweller W. Bruford as fit-out contractor for their new flagship store in the Beacon Centre at Eastbourne. Designed by leading interior designers and specialists in jewellery stores, Innovare Design, the interiors are spectacular, featuring many leading watch and jewellery brands including Breitling, Tag Heuer, Gucci, Swarovski, Longines, Tissot, Olivia Burton, FOPE, Tudor and Rolex. The store occupies a large corner site of 290sq m with a large 18-metre double shopfront, a section of which is dedicated to Rolex. As the.
The refurbishment of Clogau’s flagship store in St David’s Centre, Cardiff, was completed in October 2019 after an extensive six-week refurbishment. Whilst work was carried out, we relocated Clogau to a pop-up shop and worked with interior designers Innovare to transform the new store that now incorporates Clogau’s new retail identity, with additional features introduced at this flagship site.
Clogau is a second-generation family jewellery business renowned for their rare Welsh gold — the Gold of Royalty for over 100 years. Every piece of Clogau jewellery contains rare Welsh gold, which has been used by members of the British Royal Family for over 100 years, including wedding rings for HM The Queen, the late Diana Princess of Wales, HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and HRH Princess Margaret; HRH Princess Anne, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex. Following on from the successful completion of Clogau’s boutique store at.
Working closely with London-based brand experience consultants, White Label, Datum created a new visitor centre for Fuller Smith & Turner’s brewery in Chiswick, called the Hock Cellar, which enhances the visitor experience and positions the brewery as an unmissable destination for beer enthusiasts and tourists alike. The new visitor attraction incorporates a series of information walls, interpretation panels and interactive displays that help to tell the story of the company that dates back to 1845. To celebrate and tell the Fuller’s story, the cellar is divided into various immersive and interactive zones, which take the visitor on a journey of discovery.
Continuing their 20-year relationship with Liberty London one of the capital’s most iconic retailers, Datum Contracts was appointed to refurbish the extensive womenswear department, which is set over two floors. Working closely with London-based interior designers, Daytrip, along with Liberty London’s in-house project managers and also cost consultants Design Directive, Datum delivered a stunning new department. Following on from the refurbishment of the stationery department, Datum was appointed to create a new customer services and click-and-collect departments.
iSmash, which was established in 2013 by Irish entrepreneur Julian Shovlin, is a high tech brand specialising in the express repair of smartphones, tablets and computers. In 2017 Datum was chosen to work with iSmash to implement their new retail concept at the existing iSmash store on London’s King’s Road and to fit-out a new store on Tottenham Court Road. Since then, Datum has fitted-out over 15 stores at various locations around the UK, including the high street, shopping centres and railway stations.
This is the latest addition to the growing estate of award-winning suite of ICE units was designed to be both visually impressive and category defining. The design had to take in to account the sight lines within the redeveloped and enlarged departure hall at London Luton Airport. We were appointed to manufacture the new kiosk following initial discussions with Lorna Kelly, creative director at Brace Studio, and senior designer, Carol Delaney, followed by a factory visit where Datum’s technical skills and manufacturing facilities were identified as being ideally suited to deliver this complex project.
We were appointed to relocate the existing David Clulow’s store in Oxford to a brand new site, which they successfully delivered. Working with Innovare Design, who were appointed to develop a new concept, Datum completed the fit-out in a three-week period, including the installation of all new display fixtures, which were manufactured by Datum. The project also involved the conversion of the old store in Oxford to create a new store for Sunglass Hut. Since fitting out the new stores in Oxford, Datum has worked with Luxottica (the parent company of both brands) on a wide range of projects around.