A charming addition to Islington is the Apothecary Bar at House of Wolf, a design collaboration between the three founders, Matthew Fleming, Damian Frizzell and Jennifer Anderson-Mann. The bar is fitted out with glossy D-tiles from BluePrint Ceramics with a row of antique bar stools. The charming fitted Apothecary Cabinet was found at an antique action in Brighton. It is finished off with the ‘Prescriptions’ lightbox, homemade by the founders.
Formally a three-floor converted pub and before that a Victorian music hall, House of Wolf was designed to be a cultural wonderland and experimental pleasure palace. Each floor or room offers something different. The venue was fitted out by Graybuild.
The luxe Chesterfield style deep buttoned banquet seating was bespoke by WVM Soft Furnishings. In contrast, the chairs from Ercol are each made from 111 recycled PET Coca-Cola bottles.
The lighting for House of Wolf was created by Emerald Faerie. This stunning Chandelier was constructed from vintage sherry glasses.