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New coffee shop and delicatessen for Benugo at London Luton Airport. The design approach recreates the sense of style and comfort associated with the golden age of travel whilst borrowing from the visual language of airport environments through the choice of materials, floor markings and exposed structures.
Freehaus worked closely with the airport to meet with their approval procedures to ensure design quality and compliance with technical, safety and security requirements.
Situated in a double ground floor unit within the listed Granary Building in Kings Cross, Fraher have completed this project in collaboration with Spiritland.
Spiritland is a new music brand founded in London, built around excellence in culture, curation and listening. A unique hi-fidelity, hand-built sound system delivers an unparalleled audio experience with a cultural and musical programme to match. Spiritland re-frames the bar and listening experience, delivering drinking, dining, socializing and musical enjoyment in a relaxed setting.
Full architectural services for the interior of a new co-working space and food innovation hub in Berlin.
Working alongside internationally renowned German food company Bahlsen, Freehaus played a key role in developing the strategic brief for this project and identifying suitable premises.
The design language of the interior is deliberately pared back to provide a backdrop to the activity of the individuals within, which is placed centre-stage. Through a combination of niche spaces, reconfigurable furniture and opportunities for display and demonstration, the space is intended to function as an environment for discussion,...