Indigo Living completes golf club fit out

Indigo Living completes fit out at Yas Island Golf Club

Indigo Living completed the FF&E and OS&E at Yas Island Golf Club, which includes two restaurants, a bar, and also health club facilities.
Indigo Living completed the FF&E and OS&E at Yas Island Golf Club, which includes two restaurants, a bar, and also health club facilities.
Indigo Living supplied the outdoor furniture.
Indigo Living supplied the outdoor furniture.

Interior solutions provider Indigo Living has completed work at the Yas Island Golf Club in Abu Dhabi, where it was the exclusive provider of FF&E and OS&E.

Indigo Living’s scope of work comprised the manufacture, supply and install of all interior and outdoor furniture at the clubhouse, including artwork, accessories, rugs and all soft furnishings.

In addition to this, as OS&E provider, Indigo was responsible for the provision of everything from cutlery and crockery for the restaurants to staff uniforms.

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Indigo Living project manager Angela Tunbridge said: “We are delighted to have worked on such a prestigious project where we have been able to demonstrate the total spectrum of our capabilities.”

The Andalucían-inspired club house comprises two restaurants, one bar, spa and health club facilities and covers a total area of more than 6500m², which Indigo Living has furnished entirely.

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