Bespoke interior refurbishment and feat of engineering for Oxford Wine Café
Creating individual pieces for our customers’ requirements is what makes NJF unique and our specialist team have done exactly that for the Oxford Wine Café. This project was an interior refurbishment of a double fronted premises in the vibrant area of Jericho, Oxford, transforming it from a two floor shell to a beautifully decorated, innovative new wine café.
This intense 10 week programme included unusual bespoke features such as a champagne bottle wall consisting of 1,500 champagne bottles, 5m x 5m back-lit with LED lighting. This structurally challenging design was no easy task, but the result is exceptional and adds to the uniqueness of the interior design of the Wine Café.
The stunning 15 metre bar counter was made and tweaked in the traditional format by our experienced joinery team who crafted the bar out of stained veneer, with CNC letters decorating the front and a laminated top. The contemporary style was complimented by back wall illuminated mirrored shelving and bespoke steel wine glass holders.
Another bespoke feature was the creation of a glass floor, made from a toughened glass fire proof panel, enabling customers to look down into a Victorian replicated cellar.
Other aspects of the 10 week project included a solid oak floor construction of a bespoke clock, decoration, full lighting, signage, air conditioning, ventilation, customer toilets, a working kitchen and staff office.
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