A NEW GLASGOW CLASSIC
Hutcheson Hall began life in the early 1800’s as a memorial to George and Thomas Hutcheson, two of Glasgow’s wealthiest merchants who had previously founded Hutchesons Hospital at the Trongrate and Hutchesons Grammar School.
After taking on the lease in 2013, The Rusk Company worked with The National Trust for Scotland restoring the Grade ‘A’ listed landmark and transforming it into a high end bar and restaurant. The Rusk Company approached Sevenfive Creative to help create a brand for a bar and brasserie that would become a new Glasgow classic.
HISTORY BUILT IN.
Hutchesons comes with history built in and this was the starting point for creating an identity that would spearhead the brand and for the development of further materials. Using the original Hutchesons family crest we were able to produce an identity not only fitting of the venue but also incorporating elements from it’s unique past.