PizzaExpress by Creed Design, Manchester – UK

December 4th, 2015 by retail design blog

It was a gift to be briefed on this new restaurant space, situated in Manchester’s Tony Wilson Square. Wilson’s leadership of Factory Records, with its ground breaking creativity in music and design, gave us a rich source of inspiration. Based just round the corner from the former site of Factory’s legendary nightclub, echoes of The Haçienda are visible throughout. Industrial elements such as the pendant lights are mixed with the bespoke yellow and black tiles.

Designed by Creed Design
Photography by Chris Day











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