Waugh Thistleton were asked to transform the shell of a 1930s Fulham pub into a quality space that included a lounge, bar and restaurant. A large square bar divides the space, separating the lounge from the restaurant. The clever use of materials further divides the bar areas from the restaurant. The walls are lined with oak framed red velvet panels, playing on the traditional 1970s pub upholstery. Contemporary chairs are upholtered in stone coloured leather. Light floods in through a glass wall at the end of the restaurant. The lounge is furnished brown leather sofas while the walls are clad in dark oak wainscot paneling.