Stravaigin, Glasgow

I was commissioned to draw a section through Stravaigin Bar and Restaurant. ‘Stravaig’ means ‘to wander’ and this idea complements the reastaurant’s ethos of‘Think Global, Eat Local’ which inspires both the menu and vast selection of drinks available from around the world. The drawing seeks to capture the  intimate environment of the basement restaurant, with salvage art adorning the walls. The Kitchen Pass can be seen, where fresh dishes are collected and brought to diners. The Ground Floor Bar shows the exposed stone tenement walls, and timber sash and case windows, and the bar, beautifully formed from up-cycled tenement storm doors. The mezzanine overlooks the dining room below, and a metal stair case wrapped in fairy lights links the two. The drawing seeks to show the variety of these spaces within the restaurant’s volume, and the care and attention to create such intimate environments in which to enjoy food and drink. Stravaigin use the drawing for marketing and stationary.

Stravaigin, Gibson Street, Glasgow
Survey Section Sketch
(420 x 297mm)

Stravaigin, Gibson Street, Glasgow
Ground floor Restaurant Survey Section Sketch
(297 x 210mm)

Stravaigin, Gibson Street, Glasgow
Basement Restaurant Survey Section Sketch
(297 x 210mm)

Stravaigin, Gibson Street, Glasgow
Ground floor Bar Survey Section Sketch
(297 x 210mm)

Stravaigin, Gibson Street, Glasgow
Entrance Lobby Survey Section Sketch
(297 x 210mm)

Stravaigin, Gibson Street, Glasgow
Final Section Drawing
1:20 Scale
(760 x 510mm)

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