The Salisbury Arms, a Grade II Listed hotel, bar and restaurant in the centre of Hertford, has been shortlisted for the Best Interior Design Project for a restaurant/dining space above £750,000 budget.
We carried out work to restore the historic finesse of this grand building, yet also help give the building a modern-day transformation. This nomination recognises the design, functionality, and operational ability of this rejuvenated flagship pub.
Rain Bar is an iconic Manchester city centre pub that has long been popular with locals and visitors. A complete refurbishment was carried out that preserved its historic roots and provided a quirky and modern twist on the norm. This venue has been shortlisted for the Best Bar Project award.
A new venue in the Nottingham Arena, The Green Room, was designed to provide visitors with a VIP experience when attending the Arena to watch shows and events. We achieved this by designing an exclusive bar with a unique and inviting design standing out from other areas of the existing arena to give that aspirational vibe and build the excitement before a performance. This venue has also been nominated for the Best Bar Project award.
From a Nationwide building society branch to a vibrant and stylish pub, The Saint & Sinner has been shortlisted for the Conversion / Redesign / Repurpose Project award.
This nomination recognises the hard work carried out by our team to convert a Grade II listed building, built by John Osborn – three times mayor of St Alban, into once again a landmark for the city.
Our design team at Concorde BGW Group make us so very proud and it's their dedication and attention to detail allows us to stand out from the crowd and produce award-winning projects.
We are thrilled that our team has been recognised again for their hard work by being nominated for the best Interior Design Practice for 2023 by the Northern Design Awards.
Having worked with the NAAFI for over 20 years, it's been our honour to design and build on their latest expansion into cafes for the Armed Forces, their families and the public.
At Catterick, home to the largest Army barracks in the UK, we converted a unit that was an Italian restaurant into a modern coffee shop and cafe for all to enjoy.