Hubbox, Private Client.
The building required significant works, our client wanted to transform the space to reveal the Georgian structure and in turn create a balance between materials old and new. Our brief was to bring the spoiled building back to life to house a young and vibrant brand. Whilst the building isn’t listed, considerations were made for the surrounding area to ensure Hubbox would sit well amongst the Bristol scene, new to the Cornwall brand.
Following primary repairs to the structure, design works could commence. A consistent design element visible across all Hubbox restaurants is the use of container units, we needed to incorporate this in to the design scheme ensuring it worked both practically and aesthetically and in doing so it became the kitchen and heated pass. It was crucial that there was a natural flow between the container and rest of the interior.
Contrasting elements expose the original structure of the Georgian build, making use of exposed brick and plaster, metal dividers, vibrant neon’s, wood cladding and graphics compliment the offering of ‘Burgers-Dogs-Beers’ and ethically sourced produce that Hubbox are fiercely proud of. The interior transfers an informal dining space with subtle gestures from the brands Cornwall heritage and inspiration for Hubbox – American style street food.
Photo Credits to Lizzie Churchill - www.lizziechurchill.com