Simply Coffee Shops latest project in Bristol City Centre brings together a high specification Café with a few urban twists. The site is the home of one of Nick Walkers stencilled Graffiti art works featuring the ‘Vandal’ and the site was developed around the art work and used as a feature within one of the walls of the Café. We used colours, materials and lighting that complemented both the new brand and the focal point of the ‘Vandal’ art. During the refurbishment works Nick Walker visited site and met with Feras from Hatter House Café and Mark and our site team from Simply Coffee Shops, he complimented our works and posed for pictures alongside his art.
Paul and Mark worked with Feras to finalise the specification and the scheme to bring to life the clients design and ideas to create stunning end results. Paul designed the counter to feature rustic timber with solid surface tops and glazed ambient and chilled displays, housing the specialist Nitro coffee and Group 3 Astoria Coffee Machine. The small food prep area housed the Rationale Oven alongside a compact design for wash up and storage. Feature wall and floor finishes complemented by Bowler Hat light fittings and blue counter pendants. Bespoke Furniture was used throughout the project and the chairs and stools are unique to this project and brand. The external seating area was brought to life with radiant heaters, over 12m of feature signage and branding and 11m of awning to create the external dining area.
We wish Hatter House Café all the success for the future and our continued partnership.