Fringed With The Essence Of Africa

Amanda Elliott And Matthew Fogg.


The Nando’s outlet in Bangalore fails to disappoint, yet again, with outstanding theme based interiors. 

As you walk by the lanes of Whitefield Road in Bangalore, a restaurant named Nando greets you with its vibrant pop of colours. Evoking a lasting emotion with its eclectic menu, the place intends to enhance the spirit of Nando’s by complementing the food with décor that reflects the personality of the brand.

Spearheaded by the team at Design Collective in association with Yellow Woods, Nando’s outlet in Bangalore is a perfect example for strong, comfortable and neutral interiors keeping in mind the functionality and design details in each element. They have craftfully played with lights, shadows and high-lighting design components. Like always, this new Nando’s venue successfully embraces the restaurant’s modern Afro-Portuguese branding by featuring contemporary African inspired geometric patterns in yellow and bold turquoise with light oak wall cladding, which gives it a warm and inviting vibe.

The solid timber floors, an intricately designed timber ceiling, custom designed pendants and carefully crafted tables and chairs add a characteristic touch to Nando’s décor language.

With Nando being staunch supporters of South African art and design, numerous local South African pieces are incorporated in the décor to establish a sense of authenticity in the space and their theme as a whole.  ing of the coworking space has led to a holistic design. This has phenomenally reduced the environmental impacts and project costs while providing a work space that is humane and aesthetically sensible.