No Barriers

CompanyIrish Pub Company
ClientMel McNally
DesignerMel McNally
Entry Description

The Pub is High Victorian in Style with a dramatic back bar and a projected cabinet for unique brand spirit storage. stained glass and backlit glass inserts. Cornicing and corbel top with carved dressing to posts. The bar is divided with screens to allow privacy at the bar and these are dressed off with capitals and turning posts and carvings, in each is set stained glass. The bar top has stone part inserts at the beer tap location. The front of the bar has stepped composition with raised and fielded panels. Brass foot rest runs between the screens. The walls are panelled with dado at chair height and cornice corbels below the ceiling height leaving a border for Victorian patterns. The rooms are divided by a set of columns and arches between each room have cabinets and wall panels with some having mirrors and art patterns. Wall lights are set into panels and hanging lights are art lights are in strategic positions. The ceiling light is dressed with cornicing and moulding around a series of coffers. Back lit roof-lights are in the bar ceiling space. Entering through double set of doors with the Bar Name in Stained Glass, one passed by two cabinets one each side with displayed Victorian collectables. One meets a reception desk and a back drop of panels and flat screen, entering the second room a screen area allows seating at the side of the bar and a bench seat and table. The entrance to the bar has a screen and column. The column and arch are defining the cross beam between each room. The atmosphere will have strategic lighting for different day parts. Airy day time, Cool Afternoon and Chill-out night time. The Pub/Bar is a fine expression of High Victorian in the true design sense.