Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.

 

Nando's James Street

Nando's James Street

Completed February 2015

Located just off Oxford Street, the glistening combination of concrete and copper draw you to the shopfront. A huge sash window links street and restaurant and creates a street food level of intimacy between inside and outside diner.

Inside the restaurant at ground floor level the lines between internal and external are blurred and playfully combined. The floor is a warm grey concrete but streaks of timber run through it and up the adjacent wall which then incorporates wallpaper into the mix. The wall immediately on your left is made of timber but laid like brick. The furniture all carefully picked out in orange and grey.

The way to the basement is marked out via a wall of diamond shaped tiles of aged timber and copper. The floor here inverts becoming timber with brass strips running through.  A playful booth is created in a vault, both intimate and ideal for small parties. A Portuguese element runs through in the wallpaper and dark cork tiles.