Craftwood Interiors has announced that it has undertaken a project to refurbish two cafes within the Natural History Museum, providing them with lavish, new banquette seating.The cafes, which were in serious need of a re-fit, can be found in the blue and red zones of this renowned British museum. The grand project was designed by Path Design, the seating was manufactured and fitted by Craftwood Interiors, and overseen by project managers from Cultural Innovations.
The Natural History Museum is always striving to improve their visitor experience: the new upholstered banquette seating needed to be stylish yet durable, welcoming yet practical in order to keep up with the high number of visitors. Last year this was estimated at 3.8 million people through the door.
This requirement of style and comfort is one that the public have come to expect when taking a break and enjoying refreshments. The new seating boasts hardwearing leather fabric and is aesthetically pleasing to the eye as well as providing a wonderful area in which to relax.
This prestigious museum has seen numerous changes in the 129 years since opening, and many positive comments have already been received regarding the stylish new layout, some commenting that the new seating is ‘a refreshing pit-stop,’ and ‘welcoming, light and friendly atmosphere with comfortable furnishings.’