Bread Lab London features in Commercial Interior Design Magazine.

COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN IS THE DEFINITVE MAGAZINE FOR THE DESIGN COMMUNITY

Right location. Right interior. Right ingrediants. Award-winning UK interior design studio, Liqui Group whipped up the interior for Bread Lab London. The client, who is passionate about baking, wanted the bakery café interior to relect the skill and science behind the art of making bread. The minimal aesthetic of the retail space, with its clean lines and lack of decorative elements, creates a contrasting backdrop to the rustic quality of the artisnal bread on display.

To complete the look, Liqui designed and manufactured a bespoke lab table for the centre of the retail space which was finished with plug sockets for customers’ laptops and phones.

Manufactured by Liqui, the furniture and lighting pieces are made from sustainable materials and combine traditional craftsmanship with modern innovation. They include the Milne chair and Cell naked pendants. Bread Lab London is a great example of the full turn-key services Liqui provide. As well as the bakery café interior itself, Liqui followed the whole process through from render to reality, including building control consultancy, liasing with the landlord, fit-out and full project management, through to completion. In addition, all the furniture and lighting was provided by Liqui including the custom made shelving and banquet seating.

 

 

 

Cameron Fry is selected as a jury panellist for Frame Magazine January 2021.

FRAME MAGAZINE IS ONE OF THE WORLD’S LEADING SPATIAL DESIGN MEDIA BRAND NETWORK.

New year, New month, New jury. We’re excited to announce that Cameron Fry our founder and creative director, has been selected as one of the judges for the prestigious Frame Awards taking place in January. Frame magazine is a big part of the design community and we’re really excited that Cameron will be involved. ‘I am delighted to have been selected by Frame Magazine as part of the Frame Awards judging panel for January 2021. I look forward to reviewing and commenting on projects submitted during this month’ adds Cameron.

 

 

Liqui Group are longlisted for Design Studio of the Year 2020.

AWARD WINNING DESIGN PRACTICE LIQUI GROUP ARE LONGLISTED FOR DEZEEN AWARDS 2020 – DESIGN STUDIO OF THE YEAR

 

 

 

 

Cameron Fry’s interview on coffee shop design with Design Middle East.

 CAMERON FRY SPILLS THE BEANS

INTERVIEW WITH DESIGN MIDDLE EAST MAGAZINE ABOUT WHY WE LOVE COFFEE AND DESIGNING PLACES TO DRINK IT IN

 

 

 

Liqui Group announce USA launch.

LIQUI GROUP INTERIOR DESIGN PRACTICE EXPAND TO LA

AWARD-WINNING INTERIOR DESIGN PRACTICE, LIQUI GROUP ANNOUNCE THEIR NORTH AMERICAN LAUNCH, SETTING UP THEIR STUDIO AND PRODUCTION IN LOS ANGELES

 

Interior design practice Liqui Group, are well-known for their award-winning coffee shop design projects, with clients around the globe in Saudi Arabia,  UK  and  The  Netherlands,  Liqui  Group  has set up shop in the trendy Fashion District DTLA, of Downtown Los Angeles. Expanding their contract division to North American clients, Liqui Group is offering  their  full  turn-key  design  services  including;  commercial  interior  design,  furniture  and  lighting design.

After  a  successful  presence  at  the  Los  Angeles  Coffee  Festival  earlier  this  month –  Liqui  Groups’ interior design practice, has made it its mission to partner with highly skilled furniture manufacturers and architectural/ interior contractors  based  in  Southern  California,  establishing  a  strong  team  that  will  oversee  their  interior projects, with the same commitment to traditional techniques, allied with a modern sustainable approach, as that of their UK headquarters.

‘The decision to expand Liqui Group to the US seems like a natural step’ – says Cameron Fry, Liqui Group’s Founder. ‘We work on projects all over the world, designing some of the best coffee shop design experiences, and felt it was time to explore the US market, starting with one of our favorite regions.’ ‘The coffee industry in Southern California is moving at a real pace, and as one of the leaders in the sector, it seems silly not to embark in this new venture.’ — adds Cameron.

New interior design practice Liqui Group, launch in downtown LA

New LA interior design practice Liqui Group, launch their downtown office       Interior design practice Liqui Group, launch their Los Angeles Office

Liqui Group interior design practice , launch in downtown LA

Liqui Contracts – 100% Design.

LIQUI CONTRACTS RETURN TO 100% DESIGN SHOW

LIQUI CONTRACTS SHOW CREATIVE NEW COLLECTION IN A BIRCH CANOPY-LIKE PAVILION
WEDNESDAY 18TH – SATURDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER | 100% DESIGN | STAND D11

 

 

Liqui Contracts will return to 100% Design with a creative collection of new furniture and lighting, presented in an impressive, handmade wooden pavilion inspired by trees and a canopy of leaves. It’s the ideal showcase for this innovative British manufacturer, whose commitment to traditional techniques, allied with a modern, sustainable approach, is capturing the imagination of a diverse range of customers. With this in mind, Liqui is keen to wow visitors at 100% Design, the UK’s largest trade event for industry professionals.

Design London

At 100% Design, Liqui Contracts will be part of Design London, a carefully curated selection of brands chosen for their focus on high-quality design, exceptional craftsmanship and thorough attention to detail. Contributing to London’s status as a world design capital, the brands featured in Design London will show their work in a specially created area during 100% Design. For Liqui, this is the perfect opportunity to present its considered design ethos, process and approach, alongside a number of contemporaries.

Honest, well-made, functional and aesthetic furniture and lighting

Following months of prototyping and crafting, with sleeves rolled up and much toil at its Brighton-based workshop, Liqui Contracts will show thirteen products at 100% Design. A collection of chairs, tables, shelves and lights, these products reflect Liqui’s desire to create honest, well-made, functional and aesthetic furniture and lighting.

The quirky Moore Chair and Moore Stool, with a single ‘eye’ placed on one side of the backrest, take their name from Patrick Moore, the eccentric monocle-wearing English astronomer. Made from formed beech ply and a steel wire frame (and available in oak veneer or upholstered versions), the characterful Moore Chair and Stool are ideal for use in coffee shops, cafes and restaurants. Also perfectly suited to a range of hospitality settings, the Delores Chair and Delores Stool each have a lozenge-shaped, padded backrest and seat, set on a tubular steel frame. The smart, modern dining chair and bar chair/stool offer great design versatility: upholstery is available in a variety of fabrics and leathers, and the tubular steel frame can be specified in any colour choice.

 

Inspired by the Milan-based Memphis movement, Georgie is a bold series of tables created with a postmodern aesthetic. The Georgie Coffee Table, Side Table and Cafe Table each consist of a wooden tabletop, metal column and base, and make an eye-catching addition to any coffee shop and restaurant. With its Japanese and Scandinavian design influences, the Shaw Shelving unit makes a handsome bookcase or display case, and takes its name from Irish playwright and author George Bernard Shaw. What’s more, in Old English the word ‘shaw’ means ‘woodland’—entirely apt, as the shelving is handmade in Britain using sustainably sourced solid oak. In the manner of the Shaw Shelving unit, the Shaw Coffee Table and Shaw Side Table draw inspiration from Japanese and Scandinavian design. These elegant solid oak tables are also handmade in Britain using sustainably sourced timber.

 

 

The Whittington glass pendant is a contemporary capsule-shaped light that harks back to those classic lighting styles of the 1920s. With its opal glass shade and a hand turned wooden cap (in oak or ash), the Whittington pendant—used individually, in a row or in a cluster—makes a stirring statement. Margot is a spun aluminium pendant light that’s made by spinning a metal plate at high speed on a lathe. With an integrated hand tool, a craftsman forms the light shade around a mould. Owing to the spinning process, Margot was named after English ballerina Margot Fonteyn. The pendant is available in large and small versions, in plain aluminium with a lacquered finish or in any colour choice.

Liqui Contracts’ birch canopy-like pavilion stand

The clever design of Liqui Contracts’ trade stand at 100% Design will provide an exciting showcase for its work. Conceived as a canopy-like pavilion, the stand, constructed from sustainably sourced birch ply, embodies Liqui’s proactive approach to design and craftsmanship. Despite its large size, the stand’s wood structure will be open, warm and inviting. And built on a larger scale, it will be noticeable from different vantage points. To create an airy pavilion space, an open canopied framework is supported by tree-like columns. Sitting on a raised floor, the pavilion is divided into four tiered areas, each perfectly suited to displaying Liqui’s collection of furniture and lighting. Low walls decorated with small diagonal perforations are used to separate the display areas.

In creating this impressive stand, Liqui is able to highlight its creative, multidisciplinary approach: one that includes the design of contract furniture and lighting, commercial interiors, exhibitions and trade stands.

Liqui Contracts has its complete range of products available to view online. Click here to view their website and their contract furniture and lighting options.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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