Designed by STAC architecture and crafted by Forest & Maker for the first ‘Nino’ Nando’s worldwide. For this project we worked alongside the architect, providing insight and advice on suitable materials and finishes to help bring their vision to life.
Nando’s nino is a bit different. Launched in Twickenham in January 2018, Nando’s nino restaurants are designed for when you’re in a rush, on the go, want a quick bite, a takeaway, delivery or to meet up with your mates. Everything has been concentrated into a much smaller space – and they offer a streamlined menu.
We provided a selection of large pieces of live edge timber for the architect to choose from and all were in agreement that Walnut would be the ideal choice for this statement Nando’s restaurant. As this type of wood is now typically harder to acquire, we sourced several Walnut slabs from a number of local timber mills, bringing them together into a unique collection of cohesive furniture.
This project features several bespoke furniture pieces including;
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.”