New retail brand for established restaurant chain in Donegal.
Yeats Tavern, Sligo, Ireland
Restaurant Bar Design & Production Management
The Yeats Restaurant and Bar design offers its customers a contemporary and relaxed dining space in an elegant and luxurious setting. Neutral tones are contrasted with warmer, rich materials, while earthy shades and green hues also feature and help to enhance the overall atmosphere of the restaurant.
Xpresso Café, Cork, Ireland.
Café Interior, Brand Design & Production Management (Branding by Tom Meenaghan Associates)
The design of the Xpresso Café in Cork is contemporary and relaxed with a fun twist. Neutral and warm tones set the background for this design, while brighter pops of colour help to break up this space and give it a spark of energy. Different styles of seating also break up this space and offer the customer a choice of dining experience.
Michel Pâtisserie, Foxrock, Dublin, Ireland
In keeping with the French theme of this pâtisserie-cafe, the design of Michel is both elegant and relaxed, while blending contemporary and traditional styles into an inviting dining experience for its customers. Soft, neutral pastels and delicate lighting contrast with rich, bold textures that create a warm and pleasing atmosphere, reflective of the Michel style and brand.
Kerrigans Butchers, Malahide, Dublin, Ireland
Retail Interior, Brand Design & Production Management
The exterior design of Kerrigans Butchers suggests quality and loyalty through the use of a royal, navy blue facade and contrasting hints of pale gold. Inside, the customer is invited into a light, open space which is created through the use of spot lighting, neutral tones and natural looking materials. These relaxed features allow for the products on display to stand out for the customer’s attention.
Eddie Rockets, Dundrum, Ireland
Fast Food Offer Design & Production Management
The design of Eddie Rockets fast food restaurant reflects its branding of retro, American, 1950’s style diners. Black and white flooring contrasted with red leather seating and booths give it that ‘All American’ feel, while strip neon lighting adds a retro flare. The use of the colour red also enhances the Eddie Rockets brand of ‘fast food’ dining, while also creating a vibrant, energetic atmosphere for its diners.
Dine- O -Mat, Shannon, Ireland
Fast Food Restaurant Design & Production Management
In keeping with the client’s brand concept, the Dine-O-Mat fast food restaurant combines both retro & futuristic styles with an ease of customer accessibility. The use of bold colours, in particular red and yellow, gives a sense of vibrancy and fast paced energy to this restaurant, while horizontal forms balances this energy out and creates a casual and fun atmosphere for its diners.
Chicago Gourmet Popcorn, Dublin, Ireland
Retail Interior Design & Visual Communication
The Chicago Gourmet Popcorn shop exterior entices the customer with vibrant, bold colours and a fun 1920’s cinematic feel which reflects the client’s product. These bright & bold colours are continued throughout the shop and serve to catch the customer’s attention and create a fun, energetic atmosphere. Spot lighting enhances the display of the shop’s products while also further contributing to the theme of this client’s brand.
Le Centre-Ville, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin
Café & Brand Design And Production Management.
The design of Le Centre-Ville Café in Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre is a nod to its Parisian-style branding. This theme is represented by the outdoor feel of the cafe, the Parisian street style lighting and the neutral tones, giving it a light and airy feel which is further enhanced by the high, vaulted, glass ceiling of the Stephen’s Green shopping Centre, allowing light to flood the dining space and create an illusion of al-fresco dining on the streets of Paris!
Bridge Street Deli, Dublin, Ireland.
Coffee House Deli Design & Production Management
The Bridge Street Deli in Dublin encapsulates contemporary and clean design. The use of light and dark tones serve to create a sense of contrast between the service area and the dining section of the deli.
Clean lines and smooth surfaces along with the use of light materials help to engage the customer and enhance the fresh products on display, while richer colours and materials used in the dining section give a sense of luxury and comfort.