Limestone floors for Craft Restaurant

Limestone floors for Craft Restaurant

Artisans of Devizes sourced and supplied 160 square metres of Wanstrow Limestone for this new British restaurant, which doubles up as a café, cocktail bar and shop.

Craft is a new British restaurant concept in Greenwich, London, whose aim is to ‘focus on quality in production by collaborating with modern experts, fanatics and obsessives to craft world-class products’.

The restaurant was designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, the London-based architectural designers renowned for creating spaces featuring ingenious use of raw materials with a large measure of eccentricity. It’s jam-packed with the best of British interior design, furniture, décor and lighting – and, naturally, stone by Artisans of Devizes.

Artisans of Devizes sourced and supplied 160 square metres of their Wanstrow Limestone. The stone has an almost slate-grey colour, but is incredibly hard-wearing. Their seasoned finish gives it the sought-after look that you might find in a 200-year old country house.

The final floor, however, was a little less conventional than an old farmhouse. The interior designers went for a crazy paving look that’s more reminiscent of Barcelona’s Gaudí buildings than a Cotswolds cottage. Artisans of Devizes think it’s a great look and love to see innovative patterns using high-quality materials. Wanstrow Limestone: 56cm x random lengths x 2cm thickness.

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