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ANTA refurb National Galleries of Scotland

December 10 2009

ANTA refurb National Galleries of Scotland
ANTA has completed a refurbishment of the Scottish Café and restaurant at the National Galleries of Scotland.

Hand woven fabrics, solid oak and Caithness slate feature prominently, the traditional nature of these building blocks belying a contemporary design.

These take the form of tweed wall coverings both inside and out whilst all furnishings proudly proclaim their Scottishness in the use of oak.

Based in the Highlands the practice the talents of Annie and Lachlan Stewart who specialise in interior design and architecture respectively, a complimentary skill set further bolstered by a commitment to sourcing Scottish products, thus ensuring natural materials and local craftsmen are utilised for quality results.
Heather toned fabrics soften the walls
Heather toned fabrics soften the walls
Solid oak furnishings
Solid oak furnishings

1 Comment

ann cruickshank
#1 Posted by ann cruickshank on 29 Jan 2010 at 15:33 PM
Had lunch twice during the last two weeks.
Your lovely smoked fish soup. Delicious!
Look forward to my next visit.
Beautifully done...I have lots of Anta products in my flat. I think this is a great showcase for Scotland and will be suggesting my guests go in August.

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