The Corinthian Club, Glasgow
Graven worked in collaboration with G1 Group and with some of Scotland’s leading artisan craftsmen refurbishing the interior of the iconic Grade-A listed building into The Corinthian Club – a four-floor entertainment venue including meeting & event rooms, bars, dining and gaming facilities.
The project included a mosaic floor made of half a million tiles, over a thousand hand moulded acanthus leaves, fitting hand carved panels and restoring ornate wooded detailing and a stunning 26 foot glass dome over the Telling Room.
As well as overseeing the complete renovation of the building’s original features, our mission has been to take a series of segregated spaces dating from different periods and create new journeys throughout the building, encouraging people to wander and mingle. The journey is enhanced by passing through a series of rooms which have all been given their own character and allure, from the intimate vaulted space of the Mash & Press Room at basement level to the decadent feminine ‘Boutique’ room on the ground floor. The use of materials as diverse as timbers cut from old whisky barrels, brass, moulded and cast concrete, cut glass and heated and pattered corian add to the rich mix of textures and visual surprises throughout the building.
Scope of Services
communications design, graphic design, interior design, signage & wayfinding