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Liberte Deli

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Project story

This Deli shop fit was developed as a homage by the operator to his Father who founded a bakery boulangerie in France. The footprint and existing electrical supply were two challenges we had to overcome.

The design, & shopfitting brief was to create a Deli, commercial bakery, kitchen, shop retail and café space for the French operator of the family business.

Scope of works included demolition, partitioning, fire-glass, bespoke kitchen extract & mechanical, bespoke joinery, plumbing, hygienic cladding, suspended ceilings. Also decorative plaster cornices, refurbishment of Marble cladding, electrical, LED lighting, decoration, refurbishment of wood-block herringbone flooring, bespoke Deli refrigerated counter, graffiti, tables and chairs

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When instructing a commercial designer, it is useful to consider the following: 

Objectives: Clearly communicate your goals and desired outcome for the project. 

Brand guidelines: Provide any existing brand guidelines or style preferences to ensure consistency in the design. 

Target audience: Consider the target audience and what will appeal to them in terms of design and messaging. 

Budget and timeline: Discuss the budget and timeline for the project and ensure the designer is aware of any constraints. 

Reference materials: Provide any reference materials or inspiration for the design, such as examples of similar designs you admire. 

Feedback and revisions: Clearly communicate your expectations for feedback and revisions during the design process. 

Final deliverables: Specify the final deliverables you require, such as files in specific formats or resolution. 

By keeping these points in mind, you can ensure a smooth and productive design process with clear expectations and outcomes.

Shopfitters are professionals who specialise in designing, building, and installing interiors for retail spaces, such as stores, shops, and shopping centres. They work with business owners and tenants to create functional and attractive spaces that meet their specific needs and requirements. Shopfitters are responsible for a wide range of tasks, including planning and design, project management, construction, installation of fixtures and fittings, and finishing work such as painting and flooring. They also coordinate with other trades, such as electricians and plumbers, to ensure that all aspects of the fit out are completed to a high standard.

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