Month: October 2019

The Tap-In, Elephant Park

The Tap-In is the latest project Rawls have Design Managed at Elephant Park, London on behalf of Lendlease. An esoteric football bar (thinking man’s footie) and bottle shop serving craft beers and Cuban food by Peckham Levels favourite Jama Havana. The concept is from Six Yard Box who ran Hop Art at the pop-up site […]

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JD Sports – Southgate, Bath

The new JD Sports occupies a two-floor unit on the most prominent corner of the Southgate Centre, showing a juxtaposition of the bath architecture against the gritty and contemporary exposed interior Concrete effect panels radiate upwards from the cash desk in a nod to the more modern architectural finishes at Southgate, and it’s flanked to […]

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Beza Ethiopian, Elephant Park

This low budget but creative fit-out at Elephant Park, Central London is the first big step to a standalone restaurant for Beza, originally a Camden Market trader then busy Artworks pop-up tenant. Rawls were Retail Design Managers for Lendlease working closely with IDL Architects, Author Design and Flex Interiors. The scope was a full rebranding, […]

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Koi Ramen, Elephant Park London.

From a converted shipping container, to Tooting Market, now their first sit-down restaurant at Lendlease’s Elephant Park Urban Regeneration of Elephant & Castle. Koi Ramen Bar opened this week and continue to satisfy South Londoners appetites for seriously tasty Japanese noodles. Rawls Retail Design Managed this great little project working closely with the Koi in-house […]

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