Charbonnel et Walker and CADA Design have worked together for almost 20 years. It came as no surprise when CADA Design were asked to create a concept for […]
In July, UK speciality and fine foods wholesaler and distributor Cotswold Fayre launched its first retail site, The Flourish Foodhall & Kitchen in Somerset. The 2,000 sq ft […]
Our culture is becoming increasingly convenience driven. Convenience means different things to different people but as far as forecourt retail is concerned, it’s an opportunity to look firmly […]
A New York Times article by Joe Gose from 2017 charted the maturation of the food court – host to traditional fast-food chains and located within or adjacent […]
Waitrose’s new shop in shop partnership with premium chocolatier Hotel Chocolat kicks off with dedicated bays and gondola ends in 27 stores. While the brand has been stocked […]
Hospitality is going to lead the renaissance of retail in our towns and cities at all ends of the spectrum, from mainstream, everyday shops to high-end, global luxury […]
Starting up We’re seeing two interesting patterns. First off, independent operators are being offered real estate leases that they wouldn’t have had access to in pre-Covid times. Two […]
Do you empathise with your customers? When was the last time that you put yourself in your customers’ shoes when you sat down to update your business plan […]
We break down the 6 key challenges that forecourt retailers face, as well as 5 great opportunities. Here at CADA we’re currently helping a disruptive European fuel retailer […]
In this interview, Tim Sephton – Director Iterum Project Management asks David Anderson, Co-Founder and Director of CADA Design some big questions on F&B design. Tim: Can you […]
There has been an explosion of interest in all things plant based in recent years. Retailers and restaurateurs have responded with a plethora of new products and menus. […]
Produce Grow your own ingredients Select seasonal produce Partner with sustainable producers Buy local Buy in bulk Buy produce with zero packaging Buy “wonky” produce In the kitchen […]
1. Working from home or living at work? The popularity of the ‘work from pub’ packages that have surfaced in recent weeks – Young’s, BrewDog, Drake & Morgan […]
No people, no problem Brooklyn Dumpling Soho in New York City is fully automated, with a dumpling making machine in the front window, touchless ordering kiosks or phone […]
How will brands win at retail this Christmas? According to Matt Botham, Strategic Insight Director at Kantar, Christmas has a degree of protection against the effects of a […]
How do you make a physical shopping experience that may involve queuing, masks and plastic screens attractive?
With the 2010s behind us, we’ve made our 2020 predictions and we’re looking forward to the coming of a new decade. While we always try our best to […]
The key focus at Mapic 2019 was food in the retail mix, namely leisure, hospitality and entertainment-led retail. Attending Mapic this year was eye-opening because it reinforced the […]
According to a recent LinkedIn post by retail futurist and trend speaker Matthew Brown, “the UK mid-market feels like it has given up”. This statement might sound fatalistic, […]
Arcade is a new food experience based on the ground floor of the Centre Point building a moment from Tottenham Court Road station. Riding the food hall zeitgeist, […]
Food halls have recently become the solution for many a developer or place maker to the question of what to do with voiced spaces in city centres across […]
By converting some existing retail space into restaurants, cafés, bars, and counters, brands can create exciting customer-centric destinations that activate redundant, or lack-lustre space. This is particularly helpful […]
Last week, CADA attended the prestigious FAB Awards at the illustrious Hurlingham Club in Fulham. It’s the top awards for people working around the world in the food […]
The science about climate change is clear, and the time to make potentially radical changes to the way our businesses operate is now. While it’s easier for new […]
The Republic of Ireland has a robust food scene that excels in food to go, convenience and best-in-class food halls. When you cast your eyes over the UK’s […]
There is no doubt that customers’ expectations of fast food (Quick Service Restaurants) are changing, and those expectations are prioritised differently around the world. In the United States, […]
UPDATED: Mon 13th Jan, 2020. We have updated this post, introducing Bread Ahead, The Invigatorium and Roasting Plant. *** There are only a few things better than good, […]
UPDATED: Mon 6th Jan, 2020. We have updated this post, removing food halls that have now launched, and introducing newly announced ones. *** 2018 was a big year […]
Ichiba, Europe’s Largest Japanese Food Hall Is Now Open We recently celebrated the opening of Ichiba, the newest member of the Japan Centre family. We are extremely pleased […]
We are thrilled to announce that Ichiba, Europe’s largest food hall, is now ready for its grand opening on Saturday 14th July, at Westfield Shepherd’s Bush. Last night’s […]
We are delighted to announce that CADA design won the Gold award for best Interiors/ Retail Environment at the 20th FAB Awards for our project: The Lotte Food […]
Clerkenwell Design Week is here once more. While every design agency is currently working out which events to recommend, we thought we would do things a little bit […]
Rupert Street has not-so-quietly been gaining in elegance of late. Palomar’s new next door neighbour and Bao’s decadent younger sibling, XU (pronounced shoo), being among the most recent […]
Not yet. According to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield, between 2015 and 2020, the number of operating major food halls will triple to 300 in the […]
Veganism. Mindfulness. Zero waste. These are the food trends set to dominate the landscape in 2018. But what about food destinations? Two words: Food halls. The UK has […]
CADA Design was commissioned by South Korean-based, global brand Lotte to completely redesign, refurbish and produce an exciting food hall concept for their famous Lotte Department Store in […]
Design events and festivals help our studio to deliver fresh and relevant projects to our clients. Each year, we attend many design-related events, and with a 25-year history, […]
We are pleased to announce the completion of the first phase of the creation at Jarrold Norwich, seeing a new ‘Downstairs’ experience.
CADA Design have developed the new flagship store for London’s favourite Japanese food hall, the Japan Centre. Centrally
located and just a short walk from …
Palatino London is the new venture from British Chef Stevie Parle, who’s portfolio also includes Dock Kitchen, Rotorino, Craft London and is both partner at Sardine …
Euphorium Bakery is a London brand born in Islington 20 years ago at a time when fine baking was more French than
Over the last couple of months, London has seen an upsurge of new bakeries and patisserie opening their doors. We have chosen a selection of old classics …
A restaurant’s atmosphere sets the stage. It allows the food to take the spotlight as guests become its audience. Aspects such as music, lighting, comfort..
Last week, Taste Buchanan took home the top gong at the Revo Opal awards held in London on Wednesday 5th March. Taste Buchanan won the overall Aurora award
We are delighted to announce our most recent project opening with Wychbold based, Webbs Garden Centre. We were tasked to redevelop Webb’s Food Hall …
Large-scale abstract paintings are being replaced with ‘salon hangs’, offering a unique design experience. We take a look at the benefits of using art …
Last week we exhibited at Euroshop – the world’s biggest retail trade fair. We had a fantastic week meeting some great contacts – old and new.
Euroshop, the world’s number one retail trade fair, is set to open its doors in Düsseldorf once again, and we’re going to be there!
Hotel F&B spaces were little more than an afterthought, except for in top tier destinations. We explore the benefits of effective hospitality design …
Set 100-feet-high under a canopy of holly, ivy, and winter flowers Pergola on the Roof is back and is filled with some of
London’s finest restaurants.
The food truck movement has been picking up momentum over recent years and has seen a revenue increase of 12.4% over the past five years.
We are delighted to announce our most recent appointment with Somerset cider makers, Sheppy’s Cider. We have been working on redeveloping areas ..
Pachamama is a Peruvian-inspired bar & restaurant in Marylebone that is dedicated to making the most of seasonal, locally
Congratulations to all those who worked on Fenwick Food Hall in Newcastle. Last night it became Finalist for the ITAB UK Food and Supermarket Design ..
Over the last 12 months, Turkish cuisine has been given a sophisticated makeover. Yosma is no different, with a stylish interior made up of timber..
I think it is safe to say that Dominique Ansel’s Bakery is a very welcome addition to London’s restaurant scene. Ansel has set up shop in Victoria, where he ..
designjunction has resided in Kings Cross this year and features over 70 pop-up shops, four exhibition spaces and over 100 stands selling lighting..
Coin Laundry is the Seventies-themed restaurant that has taken over the corner spot at the end of Exmouth Market where the rather cavernous two-floor..
CADA Design have recently refreshed Charbonnel et Walker’s Canary Wharf store. CADA originally designed the store in 2006 and have recently been..
Baron – Their space is local, spreading from the inside out; they’re organic in their approach and delivery. Baron’s team’s
background is complex and while they hail..
The inaugural London Design Biennale is taking place at Somerset House this month, showcasing installations from over
37 countries around the world.
We asked some of our designers to share their favourite design books. Here is what they recommend you add to your reading
Traditional food court model revamped to feed Scotland’s growing appetite for street food. We’re excited to announce that Taste Buchanan is now open.
..that The American Club has been shortlisted for 2 awards in this years Restaurant & Bar Hong Kong awards. One for Fine Dining & the other for Best Bar.
We are delighted to announce that Fenwick Food Hall has been shortlisted for Retail Week’s Interior Awards for the ITAB UK Food and Supermarket Design of..
Supermarket Zona Sul is going a step further than most retailers to prove the freshness of its produce – they’ve
placed an actual mini “Fresh Vegetable..
I’ve been wanting to try Sticks’n’Sushi for a while now and my birthday offered the perfect opportunity. My partner and I
headed down to their Covent Garden to experience..
Whether you want to spruce up your home or seek creative inspiration, look no further than the best independent furniture shops
London has to offer.
Our Peacock Kitchen concept has been shortlisted for a Restaurant & Bar Design award in the Street food category. We’re thrilled to see the store up for ..
Since opening in October 2015, Newcastle’s Fenwick Food Hall has become a national success. We spoke to Fenwick’s Rhys McKinnell..
The American Club Hong Kong has a rich history, providing a gathering place for social, recreational and business activities for members and their..
We are very proud to announce that CADA Design have been shortlisted for this years World Retail Awards, Store Design of the Year. CADA were commissioned to
.. knowledge of the retail world, but there’s one pop-up store that has caught our attention and has the potential to influence the future of retail design.
2015 has been a highly successful year for CADA Design. We’ve opened 10 new projects, been nominated for 4 design awards.. Here’s a review of the year..
We’re delighted to see MAD Cooperativet finalists at the FX Awards & Design WeekCongratulations to all involved in its success.
One of CADA’s main objectives was to create a series of relevant and cohesive food offers to make Fenwick Food Hall a
destination once again. Stephen explains;
We are delighted to announce that our concept for Coop’s ‘ MAD Cooperativet’ was made finalist at this years World Retail Awards..
Back in December 2013, CADA Design were tasked with revitalising a pre-existing space on the ground floor of The Dorchester. Parcafé has now arrived on Park
We are delighted to announce that our concept for Coop’s ‘ MAD Cooperativet’ was made finalist at this years World Retail Awards..
The list of finalists for this year’s Blueprint Awards has been announced and we’re delighted to see MAD Cooperativet
nominated for Best Interior Design Project.
Fenwick have released a lovely article about their new Fenwick Foodhall opening shortly. As Fenwick has said, its “A recipe
CADA were delighted to have been commissioned by the Shinsegae Group of South Korea to design an innovative world food court ‘Peacock Kitchen’ for ..
Bubble Magik is an exciting new Bubble Tea concept store which opens on the 1st July at Lakeside Shopping Centre, Thurrock.
The Bubble Magik concept comes..
See the first iPhone shots of a new project in the Middle East – A multi-channel, multi format QSR for the kingdom.
It is due to open in a number of locations shortly!