Our commercial team is starting to branch out from its traditional hospitality work on individual bars, cafes and restaurants with work for some of the UK’s most prestigious sporting and entertainment arenas and stadia. With new and recent projects for Twickenham, Wembley Arena, The 02, Wimbledon, Ascot and Chelsea FC, we are developing our offer to include master planning and operations and legacy strategies. RFU Twickenham Stadium (pictured), for example, was looking to upgrade its services in time for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. SHH worked with Levy Restaurants on the project, creating new designs for over 40 bar and food serveries all around the stadium.
Royal Blood by Interior Designer Ernesto Romano
In celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday, Art Below displayed a ‘queen themed’ exhibition, featuring contemporary portraits by both emerging and major artists. The artworks varied from internationally renowned Banksy emulator, Mr. Brainwash, to SHH’s very own Interior Designer- Ernesto Romano. The show was presented at the Tabernacle Gallery in Notting Hill, a dominant Arts and Culture hub in West London, as well as occupying billboard space across major London Underground stations.
Creative Director Neil Hogan Completes The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride
The figures aren’t completed yet but the hope was to raise 3 million from the London ride alone. Bearing in mind other rides were happening all over the world on the same day, that should create a great fighting fund to stop us chaps falling fowl of the dreaded prostrate and depression that often strikes men of a certain age.
Wimbledon’s New Champions’ Room
As one of the most prestigious events in the sporting calendar, working with the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), SHH Architecture & Interior Design was briefed to design the interiors for The Champions’ Room to focus on creating an enjoyable and unique customer journey.
SHH Associate Director, Brendan Heath on judging panel for Creativepool Awards 2016
Our very own Associate Director of Interiors, Brendan Heath was invited by Creativepool to sit on the judging panel for the Interiors category presenting the best creative work from around the globe across 21 disciplines.