Levy Leisure has announced Restaurant Design Associates (RDA) as the team to create a new café kiosk in Bristol.
Within the Wild Place Project, the new café will aim to bring a taste of Africa to the city.
RDA’s team of design experts worked in partnership with the official catering partner at many cultural, historical and visitor attractions to build a bespoke shipping container kiosk, situated in the newly-built giraffe house to enhance the visitor experience.
Wild Place Project was opened by the Bristol Zoological Society with an emphasis on protecting threatened habitats in the UK and around the globe.
James Jordan, Levy Leisure UK’s general manager for Wild Place Project, said: “We are delighted with the new kiosk. The transformation of the shipping container is second to none and it blends into the surroundings perfectly.”
Neil Addyman, director at RDA, said: “Our team created an exterior which is in keeping with the African themed enclosure, transforming a shipping container by adding an authentic rusty corrugated metal roof and hand-written signage.”
This is a continuation of Levy Leisure’s partnership with RDA. Earlier this month they teamed up to commission a movable bar at Hever Castle in Kent.
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