The Commander

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Location: London

Client: The Sleepwell Group

Project Year: 2009

Cost: N/A

The project was carried out in 2 phases. The 1st reconfigured and refurbished the derelict and unused rooms on the 1st floor into sumptuously decorated air-conditioned function rooms for private-hire comprising a boardroom/dining room, a gallery for art exhibitions to yoga classes, and a library for smaller meetings or solo working.

The 2nd phase converted the ground floor from a characterless pub into a uniquely styled brasserie and bar. Four distinct restaurant areas are arranged around the focal point of the room - the original central Victorian back-bar fitting, now used as a drinking and dining shelf. A new cocktail bar is installed along one side of the front room and incorporates a seafood display and sushi kitchen.

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Mackenzie Wheeler Architects and Designers| Pubs - The Commander

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Mackenzie Wheeler Architects and Designers| Pubs - The Commander

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Mackenzie Wheeler Architects and Designers| Pubs - The Commander