Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.  

 

Nando's Old Street

Nando's Old Street

Completed December 2015

As one of the larger restaurants we have designed for the Nando’s chain, a sizeable canvas was provided with on which to work. When possible we like to design with future and repeat users in mind, this allows for the creation of numerous different spaces giving very different qualities so that on each visit a different experience is achieved and favorite spots can be found. From the love booths concealing individual artwork within aged brass niches to the curved booth that you are swept towards upon descending the staircase, this is achieved. 

These spaces, while feeling unique, are tied together through themes, pattern and materiality. An example of this is found in the circle motif, used in numerous ways from the concrete skylight to the spheres in the wall right down to the stitching in the banquette and the brass balustrade upon entry. Timber, concrete and brass are all used in interesting and unique ways throughout.