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Te name Pivnaya Apteka means Brewery Pharmacy and the overall concept was that while paying a visit the guests would be offered both the cause and the cure of a hangover. Given this brief, Henry set about creating an interior design that makes the guest question their sobriety. Furniture can be seen defying gravity on


the ceiling, and chemical symbols are back-lit with colour-changing lines of light, which of course become more animated as the evening goes on (and more intoxicating liquid is ingested). Infinity mirrors that give endless reflections of sparling LEDs, goblins and chemistry equipment are all accented with light to increase the drama. Even Yoda makes an appearance. Collaborating with Henry and his team was


fun to say the least, as every meeting would reveal a new and eccentric part of the design for us to accent with its own layer of light; bringing it out for all to see, and proving that the right lighting can indeed be the icing on the cake, or in this case the froth on the beer.


Cathay Pacific First and Business Class Lounges, Worldwide Multi-discipline designers Studioilse, led by founder Ilse Crawford are well known for creating warm, inviting and homely spaces.


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