As the New Leaf restaurant architects, we focused on the sensation of the restaurant as an inviting and special location on Ealing high street. Using a limited budget with care we added highly crafted, specially designed touches in an ensemble of warm timbers, glass and sculpted metal.
We avoided cliche by re-interpreting classic Chinese architectural forms, creating a poetic, modern and refined facade. Beneath the crafted portico, touched with colour, the guest grasps the unique, architect designed, door handle of sculpted metal, to enter an interior warmed by generous timber beams which accentuate the length of the space while absorbing excess sound.
Warm light scatters cosily across the raftered cieling and dapples through the joinery flower baskets. Our guests relax our into their evening meal.