Situated at 254 Union Street in Aberdeen, a superior independent steakhouse restaurant, along with a bespoke bar that can be seen in full view from Union Street. The building lay empty for a few years and was formerly known as the Filling Station. Having recently completed work on College Bar for PB Devco, they approached us to work on the architecture and interior fit out for Vovem. Nina Cradock, our Interior Architectural Designer spent a year working on the project, along with Mark Hadfield, one of our Chartered Senior Architects. Vovem catches the eye from the minute you walk through the door, the design throughout the bar and restaurant is stunning!
Interior Design and Architecture
Union Street, Aberdeen
Architectural Works and Planning
A stunning superior steakhouse and bespoke bar on Aberdeen's Union Street which catches the eye from the moment you walk in!
“Working with Tinto on the whole Vovem project was brilliant. Between ideas at our end and then Tinto putting them into play with the designs and tweeks of their own was so pleasing to see.
We had a vision of what we wanted from the venue and through some extensive background work and trips to see different ideas we managed to pull together the whole look and feel of Vovem.
As a company PBDevco are absolutely delighted with the end result and this is testament to the work Tinto did in the overall design. It is a truly stunning venue and we are very proud of it.
Customer feedback so far has been amazing and the look of the place is always highly commended. We wish we had a £Pound for every time a customer tells us that the venue doesn’t feel like it is in Aberdeen and that it feels more like somewhere in London. That itself is proof that we have an amazing stunning unique venue for the city.”
Paul Clarkson - PB Devco