The consultancy has worked with Fullers Brewery on previous projects including a 2013 branding and interiors redesign of the Ale & Pie sites.
The space features a garden, lounge and library area to sit alongside the bar and kitchen, with flight screens incorporated so that customers can view departure times.
Pale timber is used for the ceiling and floor of the seating area, whicle the entrance uses monochrome tiled flooring and a brick exterior.
Fittings include a recreation of the Fullers Brewery in Chiswick, west London.
According to Caulder Moore, the pub – which is airside – has very clear zones to help passengers enjoy the Fullers experience in a shorter space of time.
Briefed to ‘distil the essence of Fullers and its heritage’ into a modern airport setting, the pub interiors combine ‘new and old elements to create an emotive experience rather than a ‘pastiche’ of a pub airside’, says Caulder Moore.
Irene Maguire, Caulder Moore owner says, ‘We took the richness and provenance of Fullers and translated that into a new airside environment for the first time.
‘I think we achieved a very dynamic pub experience with nods to the past, which is also rooted in the future.’
Fullers will debut its new Wingman beer at London Pride when it opens on 23 June.