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Being used to the mall environment, we relished the challenge of renovating the old Normanby Tavern and transforming it into Good Home Mt Eden. With plenty of external building works to accompany our usual interiors expertise, the end result is an extremely inviting experience....

We love working with The Coffee Club, as they constantly evolve their in store image by experimenting with new finishes....

This vibrant cafe design was a pleasure to be involved with. We had a 4 week turnaround deadline coupled with North Shore Hospital's strict noise and contamination controls to contend with, which made it a challenging project. Compass Group were extremely pleased with the end...

We were extremely happy to help Matthew achieve his goal of opening his first (hopefully of many) Churro takeaways.  The designer incorporated a heap of colour through tiles, signage, ACM and solid timber, which, along with the tasty churros, seems to have brought queues to...

A huge transformation of an existing food court tenancy within a small budget, utilising solid timber, compact laminates and Hi macs. The designer really though outside of the square on this one. We were really happy to deliver this project on time and within budget...

Brand roll out for this quirky Frozen Yoghurt franchise.  We enjoyed helping Yoghurt Story develop their brand ideas under testing time scales....

Fitout of a hip new American Hot dog and ice cream restaurant on Auckland’s waterfront. What a fun project incorporating recycled timber and distressed wall finishes alongside brand new shopfronts and equipment...

We were delighted to be awarded this contract by our friends at Kiwi Discovery.  The design cleverly fits a working sushi and noodle kitchen into a tight elliptical space alongside the POS equipment and bain marie displays.  We were asked to install the kiosk within...

The team at Kenn Design created a great colour mix with mosaic tiles, Hi Macs and stained timber. With a full working kitchen, this food court tenancy was a tight squeeze in the 3 weeks on site....