The Mamucium Restaurant at the Hotel Indigo Manchester is inspired by the city and everything on the menu is sourced locally. The attention to detail is present in the decor itself, with earthy tones and teal colours, brass and wood, leather and fabric, making the venue very tactile and modern.
CLIENTHotel Indigo Manchester
WE WORKED WITH:3D Reid Architecture
PRODUCTS:Elle Bar Stool Sonny Bar Stool Louvre Bar Stool Paris Side & Armchair Pouf Solid Ash Top Caesarstone Top Innox Table Base High Table Zinc Table Top Joe Side Chair Joe Bar Stool
The M Café at the Hotel Indigo is the perfect spot for a quick bite or a meeting and comfort was a key aspect when choosing the furniture. Joe side chairs are ideal for a busy environment and the Scandinavian design is very current. The 40mm thick solid ash table tops stand on black powdered Inox bases and we were excited to deliver Zinc tables with stud detail. They bring a bit of quirkiness into the interior and are a perfect contrast to the warmth of Joe chairs and timber tables.
Mixing different heights is right on trend and the high table with a Silestone top combined with the Joe bar stools give the space another dimension. The teal upholstery is present throughout the hotel, giving the design very fluid feel.
Mamucium Restaurant and Bar
The design of the Mamucium restaurant plays around brown, teal and brass finish. Brass is very trendy and it’s present throughout the restaurant, on table edges, table bases, bar stools and poufs. The colours work perfectly, making the mix and match look work so well.
Elle bar stools stand against the bar area and the mix of green leather, dark wood and brass buttons and footrest gives the stool that feel of luxury. On the other side of the room, the Louvre stools stand against a chef’s table. Upholstered in teal velvet with a beautiful fluting on the back bring the elegance to the room.
The pattern on the round poufs complements the floor tiles and together with the solid ash table works perfectly and is ideal for a quick drink.
The dining area has a mix of Paris side and armchairs, in a variety of upholstery finishes. We especially love the split fabric/leather look and the small brass buttons on the edge of the chair. To accommodate the restaurant’s needs, we delivered dining tables in square and rectangle shapes, with brass edging or brass corner caps and a number of Caesarstone top tables, to keep the tactile feel. Tying with the café design, we have installed three high tables with solid ash tops and brass finish base, paired with Sonny bar stools.