We have transformed the area, breathing new life into the space with the use of University brand colours, fresh herbs and upcycled furniture.
The chairs were saved from the scrapheap, taken from the Council Chamber in Ormond and given a new lease of life. With the help of David Leathlean, lecturer in Visual Merchandising, they have been transformed.
They have been painted in University brand colours and fabric was found in an ‘ends bin’ after an afternoon scouring a factory shop. The grey was chosen to be in keeping with the building’s astethic.
The tables have been made from repurposed scaffolding.
Each one has its own uniqueness with some still sporting paint from their days on the building site.
The steel legs have been chosen to compliment the building’s robust use of exposed concrete.