cbd architects

December 15, 2021 By admin Off

Full-service interior design for the hospitality industry. Rooted in classic craftsmanship, with a touch of the unexpected, the Interior Design department serves a range of clients from quick-serve restaurants to fine dining & nightclubs.

Focused interior architecture for restaurants, bars and night clubs. CBD has extensive experience in space planning for restaurants and kitchens, hospitality engineering services and expert level understanding of building code.

With over twenty years of experience in restaurant, bar and night club design, CBD Architects has built a reputation for creating operationally smart and aesthetically beautiful spaces. Known as much for technical expertise as for artful and modern interiors, the firm offers comprehensive design services for hospitality clients.

Interior Design.

Offering complete interior buildout services for commercial and residential spaces, both self-performed and in collaboration with general contractor partners. Our experienced construction team will take your design from concept to reality.

Architecture.

Hospitality Design.

Our goal is always to make real, the dreams and aspirations of our clients. We adopt a versatile and adaptable approach to each commission and together with our extensive experience, allows to confidently work to any brief, no matter how conservative or alternative it may be. It is our belief that a thoughtfully designed building should not simply satisfy the practical wishes of our clients, but that it should additionally aim to enrich on a sensory level, all who use and occupy the space.

As an established practice of nearly 25 years, we are hugely passionate about all aspects of the built environment. For us, architecture is about creating great space and delivering solutions that are fully in step with owners and users needs. When responding to these needs, we also strive to create buildings that harmonise with their surroundings.

“Architecture is the fusion of art and technology that occurs when the design and construction of built-space achieves more than the sum of its parts”.