Commercial kitchen design company Catering Design Group (CDG) has announced four new contracts worth a total of over £1m. The contracts include Kingston University in Surrey and the Barbican in London.
Kingston University has recently completed a refurbishment and rebranding of its 530 sq m restaurant, incorporating a 100 sq m retail shop, with a new coffee bar area for 25,000 staff and students. CDG's brief was to completely modernise the space, while also making it more student friendly.
The Barbican's 299 square metre Lounge restaurant will undergo a complete refurbishment and rebrand, together with its 68-cover balcony dining area and kitchen. The project will see the current tapas restaurant transformed into a ‘Shoreditch style' gourmet burger and chicken restaurant, using reclaimed finishes throughout the space.
Additionally, former stately home Kenwood House in Hampstead Heath, London, has commissioned CDG to transform its Brew House and Steward's Room cafés. Fonthill Garden Centre in Bristol will re-locate its coffee shop to a larger, improved location with access to an outside dining area.
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