The bar at the exhibition at Swansea Museum, with creator Rhys Stephens, Glenda Thomas and Jeff Towns.
Author and Dylan Thomas expert Jeff Towns, who wrote book A Pearl of Great Price detailing the year-long fling, said: “It is great to see this bar lives on. It was really well put together and was a huge success in the museum. “It is fantastic too that it has found a home in an area with a connection with Dylan; he and Pearl enjoyed a river cruise along this part of The Thames, so it is perfect piece of synchronicity.
Source: A Dylan Thomas snug has been rebuilt in a London pub – close to where the poet romanced his mistress – Wales Online
The Prahran Hotel isn’t actually a hotel at all; it’s a pub, and an amazing one at that. Renovations were recently completed on the project, and it’s up and running with a giant street-facing wall made from concrete pipes that now serve as booths.
The renovation was designed by Melbourne-based Techné Architects, who incorporated natural materials, reclaimed wood, interior plants and lots of natural lighting.
See all the great photos via Prahran Hotel Pub Features a Facade Made From Concrete Pipes Near Melbourne | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.