The Restaurant Group Hire Workplace Design Experts, Maris Interiors

Client: The Restaurant Group

Sector: Retail, Consumer & Manufacturing

Location: London, SE1

Size: 25,000 sq ft

Duration: 26 weeks

Design Director: Elena Colyer-Worsell

The Restaurant Group are behind some of the UK’s favourite restaurants on the high-street. With over 650 sites, The Restaurant Group are a significant player in the UK casual dining market. Some of their biggest brands include: Wagamama, Frankie & Benny’s, Chiquito and Brunning & Price.

The Restaurant Group, with their continued domestic success and  international growth, are in need of the perfect workspace to run their operations, and have appointed Maris Interiors for a Design & Fit project on their London office.

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Maris Interiors, with over three decades of experience in workplace design, are developing innovative design concepts to introduce to The Restaurant Group staff and guests – offering them a fluid space that will adapt to their needs, and a choice of workspaces as means to encourage a more agile work-style.

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The project’s Design Director is Elena Colyer-Worsell. Her recent work has included designing Uber’s, East London, 22,000 sq ft office; and IQVIA’s 30,000 sq ft base. Excited by the projects potential, she will be working closely with both the The Restaurant Group and her design team to create a unique and exciting design that they will love.

Speaking with Maris Interiors‘ Creative Director, Colin Owen, on the design project, he says, “I love pushing boundaries and challenging my clients. I look forward to doing exactly that with The Restaurant Group. I want to get the very best out of their space; create a productive, efficient environment that will bring joy and inspire their staff and guests”.

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Phase 1 of the project has begun. The workspace is a total of 25,000 sq ft, and will run for a period of 26 weeks. 

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