ROZ ANA RESTAURANT
Geoff Beardsley & Partners was asked by the client to produce an interior design and refurbishment scheme for an Indian Restaurant over three storeys, including a basement. This work was completed in 2002. Due to the success of the restaurant the client approached us in 2013 to extend the restaurant into part of an adjacent disused bank building. This involved structural works to knock through at ground and basement level and the removal of a chimney breast. The simplicity of the 1960’s façade (a later addition to the original Victorian building) was retained, with minimal intervention. This involved the replacing of windows, the unifying of the two buildings with a coherent colour scheme and new signage and lighting. Although the extension was a comparatively small project it represents a creative solution for a repeat client that enabled the continuing success of the restaurant.