Cookie Freaks


march 2020

In the beginning, the building had only a concrete floor with part bonded and skimmed walls, so it was measured to create a floorplan. This was used to consult with the client about the best use of the space. Following these discussions to help the client visualise the build, moodboards and a 3D generated model were created. After a few revisions of these renders, a final, computer-generated image of how the space would finally look, was created. This photo-realistic picture could then be used as a reference for the build, alongside all technical detail drawings and floorplans.

After the first fix plumbing, the walls were repaired and plastered before tiling throughout the venue with white metro tiles and 600 x 600 white porcelain floor tiles. Dividing walls were built, which created space for a toilet and vanity unit. Additionally, there are two storage cupboards and a rear kitchen. In this kitchen, a storage water heater provides hot water to the front of house and the toilets. It also has sinks and stainless steel work surfaces as well as all water feeds and waste plumbing.

In the separate front of house and point of sale area, there is a bespoke serving counter. It contains a commando socket for a coffee machine alongside data points for the alarm system, CCTV and tills. The counter has a reclaimed timber face illuminated with LED strips. Behind this, a large window opening shows customers the kitchen area. Along this wall, two black powder-coated steel double doors separate these front and back of house spaces. These are complemented by the industrial look of the concrete effect ceiling, left with a cable tray hung with a surface mounted metal conduit for sockets and lighting. Doing this allows the space to be more modular and configured in interchangeable ways.

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3d design renders

We use lasers to take measurements of the venue so that a computer-aided design (CAD) plan can be generated. Then we either produce a mood board collaboratively with the client, by ourselves, or one can be supplied by the client. After that, a 3D model of the proposed venue can be created that can then be amended slightly by the client before we can start to bring the proposed works to life on site.




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