Kitchen and bar design experts, iFour Hospitality Design, has unveiled the results of their latest project at a specialist wine bar in London.
The company has been working on Grays & Feather in Covent Garden, to design a new bar and small kitchen area for the first floor and basement bar, with manufacturers including Gamko, Hoshizaki and Lincat getting involved.
Although the project was successfully finished, the iFour team experienced a slight delay, which put the project temporarily on hold.
Martin explained: “We faced a bit of a challenge halfway through the project with regards to the contractors which set the team back a little, however, the problem was soon rectified and the team quickly got back on with the project.
“We were a little sceptical at first of how quickly the issue would be resolved, but luckily we found the right solution and were able to continue with the project as normal.”
For the bar area, the team built a full bar frame with copper gantries and a brand new two-and-a-half-metre long wine wall, which was to act as a focal point behind the bar.
Paul Martin, director at iFour Hospitality Design, said: “The work the team carried out was exceptional, and it was fantastic to see the whole design and execution come together.
“Every little bit of detail which was put into the work, from the eye-catching brass elephants on the bar rails and the beautiful wine wall, all complemented each other and created a stunning bar which was functional and aesthetically pleasing.”
Within the food and drink prep areas, several manufacturers were involved with supplying the equipment from Gamko, Hoshizaki, Lincat, Meiko and Precision.
Andrew Gray, founder of Grays & Feather, said: “We wanted to work with the best and we told them what we needed and they said they could do it. The installation went great and the materials used were all of high quality, and overall the project went really well.”