Party with Furniture Fusion – The Roxy
After years of parties, the popular West End club The Roxy needed a fresh new look, with the view of getting the crowd into the venue in the afternoon. When the client had a good idea of the final look, the team at Furniture Fusion, a member of the BCFA, had a short turnaround time to deliver the project.
The nightclub is based just off the Oxford street and being in the basement, the venue doesn’t get much natural light. With the idea of making space look brighter and welcoming, The Roxy invested in an amazing light system, that, especially in the evening hours, gives a natural, daylight feel.
To match the desired look, Furniture Fusion were tasked with creating a bespoke seating that could be easily moved around, transforming The Roxy from a restaurant into a nightclub just by removing it. The solution was a linkable system, that would be light enough for the move, yet sturdy enough to withstand the daily manoeuvring. The final product is a beautiful, soft curved sofa style seating in a blue upholstery, that fits the purpose perfectly.
A lot of attention to detail has been placed on the overall design and feel and the bespoke blue poufs match perfectly. A subtle flower shape of the top ties with the new, softer look of the venue and the faux leather will ensure a long use.
The trusted Ola high stools have a black frame, with blue faux leather upholstery. The stools are dotted around the venue and are the perfect solution for a busy bar, thanks to the Italian craftsmanship that went into their making.
The Haddoc lounge chair has a modern design that is ideal for The Roxy, with the mix of exposed round metal frame and softly curved upholstery.
Three types of tables were supplied, to match the needed use. Lunar high tables go perfectly with the Ola stools, while the Lunar low tables are ideal height for the modular seating and the Haddoc chairs. The compact table tops and the light bases make Lunar tables excellent for the manoeuvring. Accursio tables come in various heights and sizes and, in this instance, a round top version in black was chosen. Their slim tubular base is very on trend right now and ensures the tables will withstand the party atmosphere.
The exposed brick walls and Victorian tiles give The Roxy great character and the new look is amazing. Challenged with the fast delivery for their grand reopening, Furniture Fusion team is super pleased with the final look and feel of the club.
Furniture Fusion enables you to realise your vision – have they done this with their fascinating renovation of The Roxy in London? Furniture Fusion have been involved with many projects – the latest being the National Museum of History in Cardiff.
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