Renders showing the planned interior of the new boutique cinema TIVOLI have been unveiled, ahead of the first site opening at SouthGate in Bath later this year.
The luxury cinema, cafe and bar will include four state-of-the-art studios, tasteful interiors and an impressive food and beverage offering, merging art-house cinema and casual dining to create a bold new concept.
The newly released renders unveil the look and feel of TIVOLI’s screening studios, which will boast luxurious extra-wide sofas, each complete with individual custom-designed lights, and tables.
Further concepts show a fully-licensed cafe-bar and lounge area which will play home to an all-day food and beverage offering.
The menu will use seasonal, scratch-cooked and often locally sourced ingredients. Food, drinks and good company can be enjoyed direct in the lounge areas or during screenings from the comfort of the studio sofas.
The renders additionally provide a first-look at a further twelve-seater Directors Lounge and Screen which will be bookable upon request for private screenings and gaming.
Offering a unique and exclusive cinematic and dining experience in a super-premium environment, TIVOLI say the Directors Lounge will feature its own serviced-bar area and luxury leather sofas.
The new boutique cinema concept has been created in collaboration with award-winning design agency, Run For The Hills.
Justin Ribbons, CEO of TIVOLI said: “We are very excited to finally reveal the look and feel of this brand new concept.
“We have created TIVOLI as a charismatic neighbourhood destination, set to reclassify the cinema experience in Bath and beyond.”
Anna Burles, Creative Director, Run For The Hills added: “TIVOLI is a bold new concept and the overall look and feel of our interior scheme is laid-back luxe: super stylish but very welcoming and ultra comfortable.
“We have worked closely with the TIVOLI team to develop interior styling that marries seamlessly with its branding, also designed by our graphics studio.
“It’s been a really exciting joint interiors and branding project.”