Our approach to design is to always push the boundaries, explore unexpected ideas and create unforgettable, emotional experiences for our clients and their guests.

When it comes to our corporate clients we follow these same design principles.
– How do we want guests to feel when they enter and interact within the space?
– What are the thoughts and feelings we want it to provoke?
– What are the key messages that our client wants to get across to their guests?
– And above all else how can we make this EPIC!?

Our client wanted the design to be reflective of the current direction of their brand with key messages subtly entwined throughout the space.

This fresh new direction lead us towards a colour palette of neutral tones, earthy textures, live greenery and modern touches. We wanted guests to feel calm and at home with a cool grey wash timber floor and fresh white and terracotta tones across the walls. Leather and timbers were a key feature across furniture pairing perfectly with our custom designed round banquettes, which provided a more relaxed casual style of seating.

A floating pod in the centre of the marquee created an intimate pocket for guests to escape. The pod was semi enclosed with Tasmanian oak curved walls, whilst slightly elevated above the floor with a modern lighting feature underneath.

As the bar is always the place to be at any Style Co. event, we wanted to make this a design feature! To conceal the magic of back of house, a custom catering return was designed as a stunning backdrop for the bar. Timber oak panels ran vertically with contrasting white modern lights and dripping live greenery. A textured paint technique was applied across the front of the bar and food service area tying in those terracotta tones.

Creating a strong, trustworthy and above all fun relationship with our clients is so important to us and these guys were no exception (You know who you are 😉 ) Thank you so much for giving us this opportunity and for trusting our vision.



Photography: Hikari
Team: The Style Co, Superbloom, Food and Desire, Looma, Harry the Hirer, Green Events

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