Nando’s Swindon

STAC Architecture opted to use flooring and wall cladding from Ted Todd in chevron and plank format to design the award-winning new Nando’s restaurant in Swindon.

Led by architect, Francesca Camilleri, STAC designed a space that truly encapsulates the Nando’s ethos.

Warm colours, fresh perspectives and eco-friendly choices were on the menu with the LED lighting, furniture, and even the artwork, being selected with the planet’s wellbeing in mind.

Champagney oak boards in chevron, from our Woodworks by Ted Todd Aged portfolio, were used by STAC as wall cladding to dominate the lover’s booth, creating a personal space with undulated texture. These natural boards are FSC certified, ensuring minimal impact on our planet’s vital resources.

Chevron blocks in Schwarz, from the Parquetry portfolio were combined with Neckar, from Ted Todd Unfinished Oaks collection in a herringbone pattern, to lead customers through the space. Both of these engineered wood floors have been double fumed to create a rich, dark appearance with subtle intricate designs, making them ideal statement pieces. Each floor is again FSC certified, helping to contribute towards a carbon neutral project.

The project was a recent winner at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards thanks to the incredible attention to detail, and we were thrilled to work alongside these two enterprises, both of whom share in our love for innovation and individuality.

With sustainability being vital to our planet’s success, we look forward to working alongside STAC Architecture time and time again as we aim to make 2020 our most eco-friendly year yet.