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 with the quality and finishes that we achieved and the new interiors went down very well with their discerning customers.
The latest of several projects we have carried out at The Grove, working closely with Martin Hubert Design and main contractor Komfort Services. We were appointed as part of the team to refurbish The Glasshouse and was respoinsible for all 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 the new staircase.
Our brief also included the manufacture and installation of several new waiter stations, finished in Calacatta Pro marble and Richlite. Columns were clad in blackened steel and mirrors, which were also used to clad two large goal post-like structures between the bar and restaurant. The main bar was designed using mirrors, brass, timber and blackened steel, creating a dramatic focal point.