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Birmingham bar The Lost & Found wins top design award

The Lost & Found takes its inspiration from botanical explorer and professor, Hettie G. Watson

The Lost & Found

City centre pub The Lost & Found has been awarded ‘Standalone Bar or Club’ at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2013.

Designed by hospitality design consultancy Kai Designs, The Lost & Found, on Bennetts Hill, is owned by the Revere Pub Company. It takes its inspiration from botanical explorer and professor, Hettie G. Watson.

Inside the stunning, Grade II-listed Victorian building, influences of the explorer’s travels can be found throughout, from feature wall containing flower samples and a giant vertical garden, to a boardroom filled with postcards of her discoveries.

The independent hospitality sector awards, now in their fifth year, were judged by a host of industry experts, including renowned restaurant critic Giles Coren.

Revere managing director Colin Sadler said the firm was looking for new high street independent sites following the success of The Lost & Found.“We are really pleased with this award and very excited to announce that we are looking for new bar and restaurant sites,” he said.

 
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