FIG wins The UK Property Award for The Bromley Old Town Hall
FIG WINS THE UK PROPERTY AWARD FOR THE LANDMARK BUILDING PROJECT BROMLEY OLD TOWN HALL
Fusion Interiors Group (FIG) has won the award for ‘Best Mixed Use Interior’, Kent for Bromley Old Town Hall, in the 30th UK Property Awards, part of International Property Awards. The recently completed Bromley Old Town Hall, is a Grade II listed building that underwent meticulous restoration. Originally constructed in the 1890’s with a courthouse and prison cells, an additional section was added in the 1930’s to expand its function as a Town Hall. Today, the Dorothy & Marshall restaurant and Brama boutique hotel occupy the building along with Clockwise offices and meeting rooms.
The Main Reception presents a skillful fusion of past and present, showcasing an interior design that combines elements of the building’s heritage with modern sensibilities
The project owned by Castleforge Partners, was led by Anthony Sadeghi from E2 Management Consulting, who oversaw the full consultant team including Cartwright Pickard Architects, Nulty Lighting, Core Five LLP, Elegant Clutter Art Consultants, Bureau Procurement Agents, and of course FIG as the Interior Designers on the whole project.
The Members Lounge area showcases original wood panelling and artwork that honors Bromley’s notable figures. Green velvet high-back armchairs complement the building’s style, harmonizing with the marble and stained glass.
For the Dorothy & Marshall Restaurant, throughout the design process, we aimed to strike a harmonious balance between preserving the historical significance of the old courtroom and incorporating modern elements. The New York-worthy bar, with its art deco-style lighting and antique brass counter, adds a modern touch.
For the Brama Hotel, we created a 1930’s aesthetic paired with green accents in the headboard and subway tiles in the bathroom that connected with the Charles Darwin theming throughout the design of the building. The guestroom showcases an art deco headboard and a black and white chevron patterned floor that extends into the bathroom. The bed’s feature wall displays original art deco wallpaper, and an open wardrobe with a luxurious walnut wood finish complements the overall aesthetic, seamlessly blending with other joinery pieces.
As story tellers we are bringing the history of the building to life with references to its two eras as well as some of the very famous and extraordinary people who lived in Bromley. We worked with a large consultancy team, and working with listed building planning consultants to ensure this project is of the highest quality.