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
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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