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of the UK’s largest Retail Malls, a new approach to shop front design replaced the typical full glass retail window with a more intriguing arrangement of views into and out from the restaurant. This open-plan arrangement results in a unique restaurant space, enticing shoppers to come in for a relaxing break. During 2012 Mackenzie Wheeler will be tackling


the refurbishment of some of Wagamama’s earliest city outlets including the David Chipperfield- designed restaurant in Lexington Street, Soho, which is expected to be treated with a ‘light’ touch, and Covent Garden. In addition, Mackenzie Wheeler’s contract will include the design of a brand new Wagamama restaurant in Kingsway WC1, where a return to the classic Wagamama minimalist urban chic can be expected. Duncan Mackenzie of Mackenzie Wheeler said:


“Wagamama is a well-known and much loved restaurant concept which really broke boundaries when it opened its first restaurant in London’s Bloomsbury back in 1992. It continues to be a pleasure to work with the brand to ensure that its reputation for stylish and contemporary restaurant interiors is maintained, whilst the minor interventions and changes we have made in more regional locations keep the brand fresh and ensure that it remains striking and powerful.” www.mackenziewheeler.co.uk Tel; 020 8785 5000


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