The latest in a line of successful BrewDog bars opening in London, this small site in Clapham hosts a scheme that creates a distinction between the rough industrial palettes of the three previous bars to provide a more refined drinking experience.
Seating 120, the design plays with the different heights of a mixture of comfortable banquette booths, informal seating and high tables to divide the space into five independent zones.
The ceiling was raised to maximize the space and allow as much light as possible by day and signature neon lights set the mood for the evening.
Textured graphic paint finishes, vibrant gloss colour tiles and lacquered OSB run throughout the scheme and the original timber and concrete floor was retained. The feature bar front and walls were clad in triangular hand crafted pieces of OSB with a striking painted pattern in deep blues and hints of bright orange help to lift the space.
Michaelis Boyd has delivered a fresh design that is bespoke to the aesthetic and culture of the BrewDog brand. The Clapham bar is a destination for craft beer connoisseurs who have been crying out for a BrewDog in south London.