Namaste Lounge

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Rich in history, Namaste Lounge was formally known as the Northwood Hills Pub. It was here that many iconic musicians started their career, and the pub’s stage was home to lively music Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

The pub has since been transformed in to a modern Indian restaurant, cocktail bar and Shisha lounge which Vtec Group’s Maxi Beam and Supaslat in our Supalami finish helped to create the look and feature that they wanted.

Summary

Product Used: Supaslat Maxi Beams and Bespoke Supaslat in a Supalami Finish    

HOW DID THIS HELP THE NAMASTE LOUNGE PROJECT?

  • Design flexibility = Vtec was able to work with the designers to make sure that the visual effects that they desired were achieved
  • Integrated lighting = Beams were designed to allow the use of lights to create a spectacular effect on the wall and ceiling.
  • Specific Sizing requirements = due to the ceiling design, the Supaslat ceiling was made to bespoke slat size, spacing and finish

Vtec worked to produce and ship the products in the client’s tight timescales making sure the beams and slats were on site in time for the contractors. With Vtec Group’s Technical Team on standby if needed, the install went like a dream!

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