Bar Pub Design


GIA were tasked with refurbishing the on-site restaurant at a holiday park in Kent. We were required to improve the seating arrangement and maximise the views available across the estuary to one side of the restaurant and to the pool area on the other side.

This area is known as the ‘Garden of England’ with hops, barns and agriculture being notable local area features.  Our themed route direction combined these.

The bar reflects this agricultural theme with different timber styles and cladding.

Modern fabric is used as a contrast to the overall barn feel.

New windows with barn style shutters grace each individual booth to create a point of interest.

A stable style booth seating area within the restaurant was created with a mixture of rough timber and ironwork screens. Soft lounge seating and dining seating provides an improved customer experience.

The over bar feature consists of old rusty metal cart wheels inset into a chunky timber frame to support the eclectic pendant lighting.

Timber cladding, stable & agriculture features were used as the architectural internal solution and farm bric-a-brac was introduced to embellish the theme.

Signage Design

Over the years we have naturally sought out and used other architects, interior designers, town planners and landscapers: without doubt if one has a requirement for a practical project designed with its purpose in mind, constructed on time, within budget, with a result which is pleasing to the eye and practical to use this firm surpasses all others with whom we have worked.