HOUSEL BAY, LIZARD POINT
Opening in the summer of 1894, Housel Bay is much more than just a hotel. It has its’ very own breadth of history.
This historic character can still be felt within our walls. The Victorian architecture was designed by famous Cornishman, Silvanus Trevail, and many of the original features remain unchanged.
To create a shoaling fish installation for the newly refurbished 'Fallowfields' restaurant and complimentary wall art for the snug area.
Inspired by the dramatic location of Housel Bay on the Lizard Peninsula the impressive shoaling fish installation created a focal point on the main restaurant wall. Aqua, deep blue and sea green tones reflect the magnificent views from the bay windows and co-ordinate beautifully with the stylish interiors. A statement round mirror and smaller shoaling fish installation accent the snug area.