Brighton’s church street butcher reimagined.
More Than a Butcher
The most beautiful butcher in the world. That’s the thought of anyone visiting Church Street Butcher in Brighton. And maybe it is. Space was re-designed by Ewert Leaf, a renowned Australian design and architecture agency, to provide an inviting organic retail experience on Chapel Street, the city’s main street. Even before the renovation, the store had ceased to be a space only for the sale of quality cuts of meat to include cold cuts, fresh vegetables, and jams. Thus, the new environment was designed so that the products were perfectly displayed in a harmonic design and friendly to the eyes.
The meat showcase is structured in Italian Terrazzo, sprinkled with dark green natural stone, while carefully selected products are displayed on shelves and refrigerators coupled to a curved cabinet made of American oak leaves. The hardwood floor warms the look of the environment. The extra charm is on account of the classic ceramic tiles in a brilliant white, a way of catching the customer by the look before conquering it by the unique taste.
Italian-made Terrazzo from Signorino – flecked with accents of deep green natural stone – forms the base of the main meat and poultry display and is accentuated by the custom overhead pendant (Sphera Lighting). The feature counter display makes a statement against the backdrop of Classic Ceramic wall tiles in a brilliant, glossy white.
Photos: Courtesy Church St. Butcher