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(making the most of the magnificent views) through to the raised circular bar. Te coffered ceiling elegantly blends into a tiered ceiling feature, making the bar a focal point to the space.


Sports Bar Te Sports Bar was designed to offer uninterrupted views of Live Entertainment and events shown on state of the art TV monitors, as well as to provide immediate service from the bar. Curved booths surround the focal point of


the design; a semi-circular bar, with a back bar tiered to accommodate the live stage and large TV screens. Te design means that each booth has a


dedicated TV screen so that groups can choose to watch independent sports channels. Te focal point is emphasised with a backdrop of colour changing LED panels, helping to attract customers from the mall and casino. We also included a semi-circular, multi-


tiered ceiling to give depth to the space, accentuate the bar and stage, and to provide an unrestricted view of the additional TV monitors angled down to each individual booth.


Resorts World Birmingham


Resorts World Birmingham is a £150m leisure and entertainment destination alongside the NEC, owned and operated by Genting UK, part of the Malaysian headquartered global leisure business, the Genting Group. Te resort is hugely impressive, with over 7 floors covering ½ million sq. ft. in total floor space and offering a wide range of leisure and entertainment on each floor. As well as providing a large-scale outlet shopping experience, Resorts World Birmingham encompasses a multi-screen cinema, a boutique hotel, a spa and 18 bars and restaurants.


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