As part of the Tullamore D.E.W. brand rollout we installed this piece in the iconic Whiskey Palace in Temple Bar. The location was the window and hallway at the top of the stairs to the Whiskey Palace.
The bar is family owned and was once the residence of the family. The interior decor reflects the pubs history and heritage and we wanted to seamlessly integrate the installation with the existing elements.
The window graphic is set between triple glazed glass and is printed onto the glass with a tarnished gold foil (to give an aged look), the green is a separate print in the Tullamore D.E.W. green RAL.
The red neon sign was to attract attention to the top of the stair so that customers would be aware that the upstairs is open.
The “WP” letters are halo lit and made form sheet brass. This was used to accurately reflect the Tullamore D.E.W. brand materials and colours.
The window seat is upholstered in yellow leather and fixed to the base of the window.
The exterior metal bars were painted in the Tullamore D.E.W. green RAL to match the legs of the Tully session stools that were placed at either edge of the window.