Our latest work for client, Fullers Smith & Turner.
Located near Pudding Lane where the Great Fire of London broke out in 1666, the design of The Hydrant draws inspiration from the history associated with this location.
We maximised the best use of space, extending the mezzanine level and incorporating a private dining room. The dining room alone is a feature point with bespoke doors made to look like that of a fire station.
Other features include a fire hose wall, custom made lighting making use of fire extinguishers, a living plant wall and hand painted wall art.
Bespoke lighting features throughout add warmth to the complex interior, fixed seating is carefully considered and situated to break up the space into dining and drinking areas.
CLIENT: Fuller Smith & Turner