Glasgow pop-up bar and gallery, by Brian Traynor and Ricky Scoular


Two designers have converted an empty car-loading bay in Glasgow into a pop-up bar and outdoor street art gallery.

Brian Traynor and Ricky Scoular were appointed by Belgian beer brand Heverlee to complete the project, which saw Tontine Lane turn into a pop-up from 17 July – 2 August.

The pair undertook the project in three weeks, incorporating Belgian design, and also installing a new glass roof to give the space light.

Scottish street artists contributed to the art displays, which changed throughout the period the bar was open.