Working with david archer designs on behalf of busaba and alan yau, pbh created ‘naamyaa’ the latest addition to the busaba brand, specialising in thai cuisine. Situated in the angel building in the centre of islington the design blends traditional oak jionery with imported hand made thai brick feature walls to create an authentic thai experience.
Working with Designer – David D’Almada and The Arts Club in house team. Comprising over 4 Floors to include a Lower Ground Nightclub, Brasserie Restaurant and Salon Bar. With a Private Members First Floor Library Bar, Drawing Room and Conservatory. Works entailed a full M+E Installation, marble and timber floors, new passenger lift, feature plasterwork and bespoke drinks & Oyster Bars. Resulting in a truly world class establishment
Originally commissioned by Wolseley Cars as their London showroom, this grade II listed building is now one of the capital’s premier cafe restaurants. Operating within the constraints associated with such buildings the existing ornate interior was extensively restored and the cafe restaurant fitted out with a complementary design created by David Collins and his team.
Working closely with designers and project management team Rudi, PBH completed this complex fit out in just 5 weeks, fabricating the joinery package in Manchester and shipping to Berlin for site installation. The project required controlled logistics to ensure the work could be completed in readiness for the store’s scheduled opening.
Following their successful collaboration on the Hereford Road Restaurant, Andy Martin Associates approached PBH to work with them again on this restaurant fit out. The brief was to create a pan-Asian restaurant and cocktail lounge within a new hotel in Thessaloniki, Greece. PBH undertook the manufacture of all bars, joinery, upholstery, ceiling and wall panelling in the UK and shipped them to Greece for installation by our own site operatives.
This contemporary and stylish new build restaurant and champagne bar with private dining facilities was fitted out by PBH over a 12-week period. Working to a vision created by Nelson Design and in partnership once again with Mark Alford and his team, PBH were responsible for all joinery, upholstery, counters, furnishings, kitchen, mechanical and electrical installations.
This stunning £5 million destination restaurant, nightclub and bar in East Manchester is spread over 3 floors with private dining and function rooms. Designed by Miguel Cancio Martins and project managed by Mark Alford Associates, PBH took on and successfully completed the fit out to the exacting standards anticipated by the client.
Since the initial opening of both Manchester stores, PBH have completed several remodelling contracts in each store and regularly undertake maintenance and minor works/alterations on behalf of the facilities management teams. The most recent works include the accessories and cosmetics halls in the Trafford Centre store and the womenswear superbrand area in the Manchester Exchange Square store, all designed by RTK Architects.
Again working with David Collins and his team, this once infamous 50s Soho nightclub has been transformed into an exclusive, members-only venue, incorporating the very latest audio/video technology. The entire basement premises was stripped back to a bare shell, sound proofed and refitted with a new bar, DJ booth, reception, cloakroom/WC and staff facilities.
Formerly situated in St James’s Street London, this Michelin-starred restaurant was relocated to the Berkeley Hotel. Working in partnership with designer David Collins and his team, PBH undertook the refurbishment of this exciting project. Themed around the heritage and richness of the Petrus name, the opulent design, with its sculptured velvet wall panelling and decadent lighting, was created to reflect the restaurant’s status as a centre for gastronomic excellence.
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