Working with House of Wolf founders, we created a
pleasure-ground for the senses, from parlour room to gin palace and
rooftop experimental dining attic. Based on the history of the
site, our ideas spilled from a desire to immerse visitors in all
the senses with some theatrical high jinx.
The original gin dens of the late 19th Century and bar music halls mixed with bohemian artistry drove our approach. We created a bohemian concept for the interior, collaborating with artists and designers from Lauren Baker to Lee Broom, to create one of a kind vintage pieces for the space. The outcome was a multi-sensory and theatrical environment that stretched over four floors, from ground floor music hall to the attic room, which is an experimental dining space. House of Wolf was also shortlisted for Bar of the Year 2013 in the Restaurant and Bar Awards.