It has been another hugely successful year for CADA Design. We’ve completed 4 projects, been nominated for 4 different design and retail awards, and we’ve taken on plenty of exciting projects opening in 2017.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank our clients and the brands we have been lucky enough to work with. You have both supported and facilitated great opportunities for us in the past year and for the new year ahead.

Finally, we would like to say a big thank you to our design team, because without them, none of this would be possible.

Here’s our year in review:

Project openings


American Club, Hong Kong

In 2014, CADA were commissioned to revitalise the club and to create a modern world-class space, attractive to younger members. It took 24 months to complete the refurbishment of this exclusive member’s club, located above the stock exchange on the 48th and 49th floor.

Floor 48-49, Two Exchange Square, Central, Hong Kong

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Farmacy, London

CADA worked with entrepreneur Camilla Fayed to bring the Farmacy concept to life. The interior was created to reflect Farmacy’s social and environmental conscience, using untreated woods and natural fibre upholstery within the scheme.

Since opening earlier this year, Farmacy has been coined London’s hottest vegan/vegetarian restaurant and has been visited by Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow.

74 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5SH

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TASTE Buchanan, Glasgow

Glasgow’s iconic Buchanan Galleries has collaborated with street food and tech specialists StreetDots to reimagine their Second-floor food court. Together, they commissioned CADA Design to replace their food court with a vibrant street-food hub that will meet the expectations of the modern shopper.

220 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2FF


Charbonnel et Walker, London

CADA Design has recently refreshed Charbonnel et Walker’s Canary Wharf store. CADA originally designed the store in 2006 and have recently been commissioned to redesign the store according to the brand’s contemporary design ethics.

Charbonnel’s new look Canary Wharf store is an evolution of past designs, taking the sophisticated marble of Selfridges and the black shelving from Liverpool Street to create a hybrid store.

Promenade Level, Cabot Place, Cabot Square, Canary Wharf E14 4QT


World Retail Awards; Store Design of the Year 2016 – Fenwick Food Hall
Retail Week Interior Awards; The ITAB UK Food and Supermarket Design of the Year – Fenwick Food Hall
Hong Kong Interior Awards; Best Bar & Restaurant 2016 – The American Club
Restaurant Bar Design Awards; Street Food 2016 – Peacock Kitchen

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