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.