The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards Identity category is for all UK and International projects and is an opportunity for designers to showcase a restaurant or bar’s visual graphic identity. This year a total of 34 different projects were shortlisted to just seven. Take a look at the shortlisted entries below and click on the projects to view the individual awards entry.
Beast with identity by Stephen Garrett Studio was realised with the application of a 9ft bronze rococo bear sculpture, and bear jaws, built using traditional and contemporary processes.
DF / Mexico’s identity by BuroCreative is based on a stripped back palette, confident patterns and simple, bold typography, to shake up the Mexican Food scene in the UK.
Pan means ‘Faun’ in Turkish, so the visual identity for Pan Karaköy by GeoID draws inspiration from mythological gods, with Pan as the main character.
Red’s True BBQ in Manchester by Warm is designed to add theatre to the very heart of the experience, entertaining guests through every touch point. Religious clues such as neon effigies are combined with mortuary like tables & butcher’s curtains. The walls display back-lit bespoke artwork and branded messages only visible at night.
Royal Opera House Afternoon Tea in London features digitally printed fabric screens with interiors and branding by B3 Designers.
Spring, Somerset House, London with identity by Studio Frith. Read more about the interior design of Spring by Briony Fitsgerald Design.
The identity of Sushi & Co. (Finland) by Bond Creative Agency is designed to be appealing and easily approachable to all cruise visitors and those less familiar with sushi.
The projects included are from London, Turkey, Manchester and Finland:
Images © respective studios