A relocation to the Castlefield area and the growth of a younger, more style conscious customer base inspired a move away from the traditional Indian restaurant interior for this established business. The result is an intriguing sculptural form, with services grouped around the centre of the space, providing two distinct, animated facades for diners and drinkers.
A transitional walkway ramp cuts through the services, leading from the bar to a raised level dining area.
Providing 240 non-
Structural columns within the restaurant provide a framework for a hybrid area of restaurant and conference facilities. Built around the columns, a network of fixed seating, transparent schemes and sliding doors creates a flexible, moveable space.