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Materialise Interiors Limited project

Seven Cellars



My client Louise Oliver had been running her independent off licence Seven Cellars at Brighton's Five Ways and asked for my help with her second shop destined for Brighton Station.

The first hurdle was the alcohol license.  The client did a fantastic application to Brighton & Hove Council, resulting in the license being  granted on 1st September, 2021.   The client and I had designed the layout for the alcohol license and had some ideas for the concept in preparation - but from 1st September we were full on designing, specifying, drawing, making and installing to achieve the 21st October opening date.  

The date the sounded so optimistic when our client requested it.... 50 calender days!!   But I was extremely lucky to work with a brilliant team of proactive people - some were ones I've worked with many times - some were new to me.  I am hugely grateful to:  illustrator Alex Borg, signmaker Richard of Recreative Signs, David of DJ Carpentry, Jim/ Can Electric, decorator Paul, Lewis of High Click Rate and Brighton CCTV and if course my lovely client Louise and her brilliant team.


Project steps:  ALL:

- Briefing and site visit

- Interior design concept

- Design development and sourcing

- Detail drawings and specification

- Procurement assistance

- Works scheduling

- Trade liaison

- Designer on site

- Client binder



"We had the absolute pleasure to work with Chloe on our new premises at Brighton Station.

I have to say not only did she completely nail the brief but she delivered over and above our expectations. Working with her was a joy. She was efficient and professional throughout with the boring stuff (emails!) but also so wonderfully creative.

I highly recommend and will definitely use her service again. Thanks so much!"

Louise Oliver, owner - Seven Cellars, Brighton Station