London lounge bar and restaurant Amber, sister site to Soho’s Alphabet bar, is launching its website this month, designed by London digital media group Kid London. South American-themed Amber was opened by Alphabet founder Spike Marchant before Christmas. ‘The design of www.Amberbar.com aims to recreate the warmth, colours and intimacy of the sophisticated sister venue,’ says a Kid London spokesman. Graphics and copper interiors were designed by Marchant and freelance designer Nathan Abbey.
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