Brasserie Blanc, Fulham Reach
When we heard that Brasserie Blanc, the collection of French Brasseries created by top chef Raymond Blanc, was creating a new restaurant at the former Haig Distillery in Fulham Reach we couldn’t wait to help out.
We teamed up with timber flooring specialists Restore My Floor who have worked on numerous BBlanc projects across the country to deliver a truly stunning dining area. However this new flagship French restaurant looking out over the river, took on a very different design to the rest of the chain.
The 220 sqm dining area was light and modern with floor to ceiling windows and a contemporary, show stopping, bespoke aged brass bar. In order to enhance the large open plan space an Oak parquet block from Ted Todd was installed in a herringbone pattern. The chic engineered parquet floor added a slight shimmer to the dining experience by incorporating Ted Todd’s new copper leaf Oak blocks. The design of this floor was not only adventurous and innovative but extremely elegant. The real copper worked perfectly with the random sawn texture of the herringbone block.
The install was completed on time but wasn’t without its challenges. The last minute design change and addition of a single block border put pressure on the install team especially as it needed to follow the curved front of the feature bar and the richly coloured luxe velvet banquette seating.
“It’s always a pleasure working with the Brasserie Blanc team and I am very proud to have played a part in this unique project”. Craig Anstey, Sales Director