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design team created large external terraces to independently serve the Salle Privees and main casino gaming floor, both with their own associated gaming areas. It was important that these external spaces reflected the same architectural style as the rest of the building. Far too often terraces are added with no, or little consideration to where they sit within a building’s vernacular.


Andy Water’s Restaurant Andy Waters is a renowned, award-winning Chef and Patron and people would be travelling from far afield to dine at his eponymous restaurant. With such a prestigious pedigree it was paramount to create an interior that reflected Andy’s character, menu and style. We worked closely with Andy to ensure that the kitchen, restaurant and bar areas worked well, for both the customer journey and service delivery. A new mezzanine floor was incorporated within the scheme to allow for additional back of house space, freeing the main floor for a clean and uncluttered front of house design. Drinking and dining areas were carefully and subtly zoned, whilst combinations of fixed and loose seating were well considered, ensuring flexibility for the variety of potential dining customers. A delicate balance had to be achieved that ensured that the interior exudes a quiet confidence, but does not become a pretentious parody of the celebrity restaurant. Ensuring that the customer feels at ease when they dine and not alienated, became a key element of the design.


High Line New York Bar & Lounge Tis bar was inspired by the famous High Line bar in New York and influenced by the American prohibition era. Design at Source created an Art Deco style with a contemporary twist. Internally illuminated columns create an eye catching screen that attract customers to the bar, as well as shielding them from the bustling mall area beyond. Te bar was a real focal point. Te image chosen, Te Beauty of Her, by Catherine Abel, was broken up with angled mirrors, making the image almost move as you walk past. A flexible, lounge club was designed to complement the bar adjacent, with an over 25’s target market and aspiration still being a key element. It is important that it is


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more of a social space and dancing becomes less of a focus. As a result, large, sofa style, fixed seats were chosen to ensure customer comfort. We also created an external terrace with its own independent cocktail bar that complements the atmosphere created in the High Line. Accessorized with fire-pit heaters, it creates a beacon from the NEC entrance further down the road.


Bottega Prosecco Bar Tis is the first of this branded concept to open in the UK. Serving fresh Italian food designed to be a “perfect match” with Bottega’s own fine wines and prosecco’s, it adds a sense of refinement to Resorts World. We worked closely with the operator and


Bottega S.p.A. to produce an environment that reflected the principles of Italian food and


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