PizzaExpress Restaurant by Creed Design, Finchley – UK

April 8th, 2015 by retail design blog

This new restaurant in the O2 came with a couple of challenges, the first was to produce a layout that utilised and embraced the unusually shaped space. The second was to ensure that it stood out to shoppers from street level as well as the entrance in the atrium. The contrast of the yellow banquette against the black timber screens certainly help to grab potential diner’s attention. Cluster lighting at the rear of the unit also catches the eye. The space has a cosy and warm mood and the folk art inspired wall paper adds a playful touch.

Design: Creed Design














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