Nandos Crawley recently refurbished one of there restaurants and Casa Ceramica were chosen to supply floor & wall tiles. We were able to get a preview of the finished shots. Block1: Design have done a fantastic job of creating a project which feels instinctively African in nature. This was Block1: Design’s first collaboration with Nando’s, the idea is based on the erupting woven patterns that exist within established fabrics and modern architecture, using banquette shapes and fabrics, tile patterns and lighting concepts.
Casa Ceramica’s Portuguese handmade ceramic tiles by New Terracotta, have enlightened this with textures and bold characteristics, which carries the contemporary African aesthetic within this Nandos restaurant in Crawley. Furthermore to finish off the wall, classic glazed Royce Wood ceramics in Ruby red were fitted. This added rich earthy tones. Theses are a key element carried through all Nando’s chains. Viva‘s Volte 99 porcelain tiles were cut in-house at Casa Ceramica, shaping in to triangles to form a quirky floor composition. Block1: Design kept the floor simple. In addition, with monochrome colours, so the pattern wouldn’t distract the attention away from the distinctive wall designs.
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Interior Design by: Block1 Design