Flesh & Buns, London

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Japanese-inspired design

In London's diverse district of Fitzrovia, this is the second Flesh & Buns restaurant to open in the UK's capital city.

Surrounded by other lively cafes and bistros, customers can come here for high-class Asian cuisine.

The interiors are inspired by traditional Japanese houses with a predominant feature being green oak frames with illuminated shoji screens and noren panels.

Natural materials are offset by brass and steel panels to achieve a more current, industrial feel to the restaurant.


Photography by Charlie McKay

Cracking natural resemblence

Cracking natural resemblence

The Krakkle finish was specified for this project because it resembles cracks in oak frames and creates a visually interesting effect in the way it interacts with light.

Our customer was looking a low-maintenance natural material to add a harmonious, earthy feel to the space.

The team at Viero UK was really helpful and efficient with our initial enquiry and pricing for the project. They did a great job installing the plaster on site and we could not be happier with the final result.

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