We were commissioned to produce a portable Bar by Kate at Asparagasm, which could be taken to events as well as used in their shop in Nailsworth. The brief was to produce a flat pack-able oak bar with a neon twist. With the help of Jamie Knight Carpentry we used special cam locks to hold the sections of the bar together meaning a simple turn of an allen key would release the joints and allow the bar to be broken down into its component parts. The front of the bar was clad with varying depth timber boards to give relief and interest on the customer side. A large removable live edge acrylic sign was laser cut and mounted to the front underneath recessed LED lighting to give a neon look. The bar top was a single piece of wavy edged oak which was cleaned up to tie in with their shop signage we had already produced. We also added glow-in-the-dark resin into cracks and recesses in the bar top to give a smooth finish to the surface which comes alive in the dark; glowing neon green. Check out our blog to see more on how we made the glowing bar top.