Roost based in Heaton Moor is a casual restaurant with fresh rotisserie chicken, wood fired pizza and has a host of craft beer on the menu.
Roost was transformed from the fine dining restaurant Damson. Working with the client the brief was to rebrand the business into a family friendly experience and casual fine experience which people would return to time and time again.
The Agapanthus Interiors team were called in to re-structure, re-invent and also re-brand the space which is at the heart of Heaton Moor. Completed in three weeks the business was transformed.
Our team designed a new layout, along with a lengthen bar area and built a whole new wood fired pizza oven and pizza bar situated at the back. Agapanthus acted as design, procurement, supply and fit out and the results were fantastic.
There are touches of Agapanthus all across the restaurant. The lighting consists of 2 French waterfall chandelier with chunky crystal drops, Czech white glass pendants and a set of French pendants over the bar. There are also touched of industrial lighting around the pizza bar. The lightning gives a warm and welcoming touch to the space. The exposed brick walls give an urban, industrial feel which contrasts with the slick white corian worktops, giving elegance to this project.
We cleaned up and restored the Indian stone flooring to brighten and refresh the floor whilst replacing the carpets with engineered oak boards fitted at an angle to give further interest to the design.
The front of the restaurant was painted in a deep sage green with a graphite ceiling which contrasted with the colours in the back of the restaurant which were inspired by antique egg prints which hang on the walls. This geometric pattern gives a fun and playful edge to the project.
Minimal, stylish yet practical stools which were supplied by Normann Copenhagen, the chairs were up-cycled in the egg prints inspired colours. The tables were sanded back and bases painted – keeping an eye on the budget and also re-using furniture that remanned in good condition.