Winner: Leading New Hotel at Leaders in Hospitality Awards
Finalist: Best Hospitality Design Project at INDEX Architecture & Design Awards
Conceptualized around the casual nature of the Fishman’s Warf in San Francisco, Copper Lobster’s personality is raw, rustic and relaxed. A small seafood ice display room showcases the daily catch, where guest can choose their preferred plate. To reflect the nautical references of Fujairah, the design features throughout are inspired by the local pearl diving and fishing trade. Traditional rope tying techniques and contemporary fish net lighting elements create screens that designate the private seating clusters. Leather upholstered banquettes and solid wood paneled walls define a level of sophisticated dining. The front of house beverage bar is adorned with antique mirror; distressed brick and backlit metal mesh panels. Long communal tables, rope lights, and French doors, give this area an authentic fishmonger feel. A semi private 10 seater dining room and ample amount of outdoor seating cater towards the larger groups.