Print Room by David Archer

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Since the final newspaper rolled off the printing press in the early 1990s, the print room at the Daily Echo building in Bournemouth has remained in most parts, largely empty until now. The Print Room Brasserie and Ink Bar that occupies the former print floor of the Grade II listed Seal and Hardy building on Richmond Hill, is now open to the public. The Print Room is the second of two Bournemouth eateries that David Archer Architects have designed for local entrepreneur and restaurateur Andy Price, following the opening of Aruba Bar and Restaurant on Bournemouth Pier during summer. Drawing on inspiration from brasseries around the world, The Print Room pays homage to the building’s original Art Deco architecture and heritage of the old print room, offering visitors a distinctly opulent dining experience.

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One response to “Print Room by David Archer

  1. Shame to see all the old buildings being changed into restaurants or bars, but at lease this one still gives us a taste of the orignal place, nice article. Peter

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