Light | Modern | Recycled | Wood

Nando’s Karawara

Nando’s latest restaurant at Karawara has an African tread that runs throughout the space from tribal motif tiles used on the floors and walls, to textural fabrics and colour treatments reminiscent of Africa.

Recycled distressed wood was used on the counter and feature bulkheads with yellow highlights to draw the eye. The distinctive yellow pop features continue throughout the front of house with highlight furniture and pendant lights to create visual points of interest.

Scatter furniture was used throughout to create a greater sense of space with an industrial look in contrast  to the restaurants African tribal features.

The restaurant is the perfect environment for casual dining with friends and to enjoy Nando’s fabulous menu and food experience.


  • Tribal motifs create a textural and discinctive look and feeling
  • Clever use of scatter furniture to create a sense of space
  • Distinctive feature lights with colour bands used to create pop and define space


Waterford Plaza Kent Street, Karawara
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