‘Make things as functional as possible’: tips on designing your bar

If you’ve ever worked a newly opened bar on the first day, chances are you’ve done some scrambling around trying to improve your work flow. Sometimes designers miss things — it’s not uncommon to ask where the damn bin is supposed to go — and it can take a while before it feels natural to […]Read More

How to Design Restaurants & Bars that Enhance the Customer Experience

Here at Freshome, we particularly love looking deeper into the design of residential architecture and interiors but just occasionally we also get curious about other areas of design, such as hospitality design. What makes a great restaurant or bar? How do you ensure that the customers will have a great experience and want to return and how […]Read More

Better, Faster, Smarter Bar Design

Francesco Lafranconi’s racetrack well design, which is currently starting the patenting process. Photo by Jeff Green Photography. No bar design is perfect. Once you’ve worked one busy night behind a bar, you quickly start to notice what works – and what doesn’t. But the difference is all in the details, and some designers are building […]Read More