ISG’s The Cheese Bar project wins NAS Design Partnership Award

3 October 2017

The Cheese Bar wins NAS Design Partnership Award - ISG

An ISG restaurant project in London’s Camden Stables called The Cheese Bar has won the Jewson Lifestyle Award at this year’s National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) Design Partnership Awards.

The event, which took place on 14 September 2017 at the Postal Museum, London, supports the collaboration between shopfitters and interior designers.

The Cheese Bar was singled out for its unique design, located within a Grade II-listed former stable block.

ISG’s retail team and the designers, Kennedy Woods Architect, worked in close collaboration with The Cheese Bar owner, Mathew Carver, to get the desired look and feel.

The project involved the installation of built-in fridges, a kitchen and bar area, and marble-topped tables.

The restaurant was completed in three weeks and launched to great public acclaim in March 2017.

Image caption: (from left) ISG’s development director, Phil Armstrong; ISG’s commercial director, Anthony Down; Jewson’s national account manager, James Jack.