The Palace - Leeds
This iconic pub on Kirkgate, Leeds built by a timber merchant in 1741, has been renovated sympathetically to complement existing traditional features. New finishes, tiled floors and walls combine perfectly with the existing character to create an elegant and sophisticated pub.
The Sir John Balcombe - Marylebone
The West End of London is now host to a brand new high end corner boozer. The Sir John Balcombe situated in Marylebone has been completely transformed, creating a place for the locals and professionals to wine, dine and relax in.
The Royal Oak - York
A little piece of York’s history, The Royal Oak is one of the city’s oldest pubs dating back to the 16th century. Given the history of this historic Tudor building it was important to retain as many original and traditional features as possible, when considering the design and carrying out the project. Now complete, this well known and loved pub has been sensitively restored as well as being brought into the 21st century with some contemporary design twists.
The Bootham Tavern - York
By designing a modern interior to this old city pub, we created a new identity whilst keeping the pub's original charm. Located in the heart of historic York, a stone's throw from the Minster, The Bootham Tavern is packed full of quirky ideas and design statements.
The Mason's Arms - Solihull
Based in the heart of Solihull. We were tasked on transforming this grade II listed building into a quirky, industrial inspired ale house whilst retaining the pubs existing charm and character.
Ye Olde John O'Gaunt - Lancaster
The Ye Olde John O’ Gaunt’s is one of Lancaster’s oldest and most revered pubs. This grade 2 listed building located on Market Street is famed for its traditional feel and abundance of live music performance. Nanu Soda’s brief was to create a traditional cask and craft alehouse interior, which would work as a late evening music venue as well as a daytime kitchen serving food and coffee. All the features and historic characteristics of the existing site were retained and sympathetically restored giving the public house back its traditional feel that it was know for. The design scheme combined this traditional public house theme with some rustic and industrial element to give it a more contemporary feel and a brighter finish. Over the years The Ye Olde John O'Gaunt has collated a vast and rich collection of whiskeys from far and wide, which are proudly displayed in a lockable liquor cabinet for all to see. To the rear of the pub sits a cozy secluded beer terrace, which follows the same style using beer barrel tables and industrial metal chairs.