Bull & Bear.

New Zealand's first stock exchange dining experience.

Located on Hamilton’s Wall Street, the concept for this bar and restaurant was a world-class restaurant experience paired with the excitement of the stock market. In the world of investing the terms ‘bull’ and ‘bear’ are used to describe market conditions.

The project was pulled together by interior designers Tabletalks and Harrows was the obvious choice for furniture supply as the vision included a variety of colours, materials, finishes and textures. The Venice Chairs were painted by Harrows in a selection of vibrant and bold colours, with brass edging accents on tables and a custom feature Silhouette Table to add drama.

Banquette seating is used throughout the project to creating private booths for dining, efficient use of space along the walls and even a semi-private breakout lounge area.

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Highlights
  • Let's make it. Colourful.
  • A range of colours, textures and materials bring this concept bar to life.
  • Banquette seating to divide zones and use floor area efficiently.
Venice Chairs with Armour Tops
"Harrows was a natural choice as they allowed us to custom paint & powder coat our furniture to suit the unique colour palette. From concept to install the Harrows team made sure everything ran smoothly and was expertly finished. "
Courtenay Paul, Director, Tabletalks
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