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Faber Design & Architecture transforms Lasan

Lasan restaurant, located in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham, has undergone a transformation, courtesy of Faber Design & Architecture.


A key part of the customer-focused metamorphosis of Lasan was a total rethink of the bar area


Led by Creative Director Tony Matters, Faber has “completely reimagined what was a tired space lacking a clear identity, and created an elegant, stylish restaurant and bar, centered around the customer experience,” says Tony.




A key part of this customer-focused metamorphosis was a total rethink of the bar area. Originally located in the main dining room, the layout gave the impression it was for diners only. In its new position, the dramatic U-shape design with nostalgic brass detailing has become a real focal point. It’s one of the first things guests see as they enter the restaurant, cultivating a sleek, cocktail-bar feel as you walk in. This new layout has also enhanced the overall experience for diners by creating a more peaceful environment to enjoy dinner, away from the hustle and bustle of bar traffic.




Lasan may have had a complete refurb, but Instead of that shiny, pristine feel you usually get from a newly refitted venue, it somehow feels as though it has always been this way. “We wanted a timeless space which would appeal to all ages,” explains owner Jabbar Khan, “where you could be a youngster or a more mature person, but still feel you are in the right place. That comes with something that is designed to be timeless, not to fit in with a fad. That’s what good design should deliver.”




This sense of authenticity and classic elegance is exactly what Faber was trying to achieve with the redesign. “We wanted to create a sense of history and a design that would really stand the test of time,” says Tony. “We achieved this by choosing classically inspired lighting and combining traditional hardwood flooring with deco-style geometric tiling. We also used luxurious but elegant materials such as marble, brass and wood to provide that sense of durability and opulence you associate with older buildings. Even the wall art tells a story and adds to that feeling of longevity.”




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