GLASGOW firm Graven has revealed its designs for the branding, interior and signage of two VIP lounges at Liverpool FC’s Anfield home.

The boardroom and executive lounges form part of the development of the Main Stand at Anfield, which has seen its capacity soar from 12,200 to 20,500 – with the addition of premium public space and first-class facilities for supporters.

The redeveloped Main Stand is an important part of an ambitious Liverpool City Council-led regeneration programme for the Anfield area. Graven tapped into local pride and past sporting glory as they created their designs, with the executive lounge featuring a gallery of Liverpool’s captains of industry, while the boardroom lounge exhibits framed artwork of Liverpool’s trade and shipping past. There is also a display of original and replica trophies.

Ross Hunter, director at Graven, said: “It’s such an honour to work for Liverpool. As we’re based in Scotland, we were well aware of the strong Scottish ties Liverpool has, which only added to the special nature of the project. We hope that when fans and visitors spend time in the lounges they enjoy the welcoming atmosphere.

“Our designs aim to reflect the beating heart of Liverpool – the generations of fans, players, managers and stakeholders who are all invested in the past, present and future of the famous club. Ultimately we hope that we have caught the essence of Anfield and of Liverpool.”