When form and function meet

Graham O’Donnell Interior design is about more than making it look pretty. Getting your space right can improve your bottom line.

22nd February, 2015
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House on Leeson Street, Dublin 2

As interior designers, we are often asked: “What is the secret to creating the ideal interior design for a bar, club or restaurant?” As with the interior design of all commercial spaces, the layout of a premises is the critical starting point. Good plans and the best use of a space are governed by certain parameters.

To a certain extent, form follows function. The key elements in bar design start with the bar’s...

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