Restaurants

TwoRuba

AfroditiKrassa

30 Sep 2014

Leading bar and restaurant design studio AfroditiKrassa introduces a space-defining ‘metal mesh architectural drapery', as part of its urban opulence interior design concept for Hilton Tower Bridge's new 300 sq. m destination bar, TwoRuba, which opened in September 2014. The Hilton brand, nearly a century old, is going through massive transformation, loosening up its brand guidelines for

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Nando's Loughton

BuckleyGrayYeoman

19 Sep 2014

Award-winning design practice BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed the latest restaurant for Nando's. The eatery in Loughton, Essex, is the ninth the practice has completed for the popular high-street restaurant chain. Nando's Loughton occupies a 1920s former car dealership on the junction of Loughton's High Street and Station Road. BuckleyGrayYeoman's design responds to the unique Art Deco

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Myjnia

Wamhouse

19 Sep 2014

Myjnia, which in Polish means bathroom, is the second project from the Pastel Collection, following the first titled Sypialnia, designed by Karina Wiciak. The collection consists of four thematic interior designs in pastel colours, including furniture and fittings. All elements are interconnected, not only in terms of style but also by name, as in the previous collection XII. The interiors are

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Kinoya

Jean De Lessard

18 Sep 2014

For the latest Kinoya restaurant, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into Japanese history to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the Izakaya; an informal place where people used to drink beer and sake. The interior explores, through extreme design, intimacy in relationships between people. The notion of confinement is staged with simplicity using

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Wrong for Hay Pop-Up Restaurant

HAY & Wrong for Hay

16 Sep 2014

HAY & Wrong for Hay will launch a special exhibition of their collections alongside an innovative dining experience for the 2014 London Design Festival. During the festival, the new HAY and Wrong for Hay showroom opens the doors of its Georgian house in St James's. Reflecting the creativity and culture inherent in London, Wrong for Hay has invited a selection of creative collaborators to

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