Blenheim Design were selected out of several design agencies to redesign a family run restaurant Andalucia in Ferring. Andalucia has been serving tasty Spanish Tapas to Worthing and Ferring since 1988.
Blenheim Design were approached by Luis and Miguel Quirosa to expand their already succesful tapas restaurant and refresh the interior in line with the new branding.
The new scheme incorporates two bars, a private dining room, feature jamon display and cutting station. There are 76 covers, 25 in the bar and 51 inside the bar and 51 in the new restaurant.
The newly expanded interior sees the previous courtyard enclosed. Proposed restaurant space draws inspiration from Manuel's roots of Andalucia with use of local stone on the walls, and blue walls which are direct nod to Moorish crockery often found in Spain.
Great atmosphere and moody lighting coming from the the seating, comfortable chairs and banquets, are in chestnut leather sitting against rich timber and pale stone walls, whilst on trend brass gleams in fittings and accents. Private dining room will have a good display of wines and artefacts adorning the walls, whilst brick flooring set and moulded to diamond pattern is a direct nod to earthy bodega's of Andalucia.
Comfortable seating at the back wall will feature linen cushions suspended on leather straps and fastened with horse eggbutt snaffle, whilst bespoke handmade wall lights will individually light each table.