Nando’s Greenwich, designed by STAC architecture, comprised of beautiful natural materials and sustainable thinking.
For this project the Forest & Maker team crafted a range of tables, ranging from a 3 metre long feature party table created from Scottish Elm to a wide range of smaller tables to suit the restaurants layout.
The feature table was created from two slabs of Scottish Elm from the same tree. Laid end on end we were able to create a large table full of natural features. Scottish Elm, full of beautiful grain pattern and tones is relatively rare nowadays due to the effects of Dutch Elm disease.
For this restaurant the Forest & Maker team were tasked with creating two large bespoke light features. Both were designed to suspend a number of hand turned timber pendants. In this instance we were able to laminate different species of timber together, with every piece being an off cut from a previous project. The finished effect meant that every single pendant was unique and featured a wide range of tones and natural details.
Snarlton Farm, Snarlton Lane, Wiltshire. Sn12 7qp
Monday — Friday 8am – 5pm
Saturday — 8am – 5pm
Sunday — Closed
“We give back more than we take. To nature, our clients and each other.”