We're looking for an ambitious Interior Designer to join our friendly team in Islington, North London (part time). If that sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you. Closing date Monday 3 April 2017. Details here: goo.gl/NGHNJh
Our award-winning Stoke Newington Apartment design took centre stage in Angel Resident magazine's inspirational articles on how to make colour work in your home.
The February edition's three-page spread focussed on the bespoke originality of the design and how it met the practical needs of our client.
A West End favourite for the past 20 years, ICCO has long been known for its fresh tasty pizza with one of the most reasonable price tags around. For their first sister restaurant, ICCO brought in Avocado Sweets to create an original and exciting look that retains the core DNA of the brand and appeals to the Camden Town market.
Our design for Indian Street Eats restaurant Chit Chaat Chai has made it to the finals of the Casual Dining Awards 2017. The vibrant design has been picked as one of this year's Best Designed Independent Restaurants.
Dubbed the 'oscars of the industry' the annual Casual Dining Awards celebrate the best in a range of categories.
Avocado Sweets' residential interior design has won a Best of Houzz award for the third year in a row. Our Islington Apartment design images are among the most popular on the leading home renovation site.
Our pretty yet punchy 'urban deco' design for Wine&Deli at Boxpark Croydon was the star image on this month's In.Design Magazine.
The leading industry publication also featured a four-page spread on our Creative Director, Evros Agathou's busy week for the 'In his life' section.
Hailed as one of London’s most cutting-edge boroughs, Croydon's been enjoying a fresh focus with the eagerly-anticipated arrival of hip pop-up mall BoxPark. We’re particularly excited to unveil our latest hospitality design for local lads and exciting newcomers Wine & Deli, one of the 33 food and drink venues on the site.
Woo hoo - the shortlist for the SBID international design awards is out, and Avocado Sweets has two projects chosen! The studio's designs for residential project, Islington Apartment and Indian street eats restaurant, Chit Chaat Chai, are competing for the top spot in the Intelligent Design category.
Leading industry magazine Hospitality Interiors has highlighted the 'energy, colour and innovation' of Avocado Sweets' new design for Chit Chaat Chai.
In their latest project feature, the magazine - dedicated to promoting quality design in hospitality spaces - covers the Indian street-food concept's transition from pop-up to permanent restaurant.
Energy, colour and innovation complete the transition from street-stall to vibrant debut restaurant in Chit Chaat Chai’s new brand and interior by Avocado Sweets.
It's been a busy few months for Avocado Sweets in the media. We're excited to see our innovative approach to design has captured the imagination of publications at home and abroad. From the UK's National Newspapers to interiors magazines in Germany and the Ukraine, those colourful Avocado Sweets designs are making their mark world-wide. Here's a quick round-up of our latest coverage.
Supper club legend Chit Chaat Chai teams up with Avocado Sweets to create a vibrant design for their debut restaurant.
We've settled in nicely to our new office in funky Islington, North London.
Our new address is: Studio 1.H, 25 Horsell Road, N5 1XL
You can still reach us on the same telephone number and email addresses:
020 7043 0712
There’s a lovely café on the ground floor too. We’ve road-tested the coffee which comes highly recommended! Do drop by and say hello.
What’s black and white and read all over? Well today it’s full of colour. We’re really pleased with our interview and design write-up in today's Metro. The London paper features a double-page spread of our colourful family home design.
The piece looks at our design ethic and takes you through the journey from grotty rental to light and airy living space. Speaking about our Avocado Sweets approach, Interiors Editor, Vicky Harrison says:
Want a truly unique look? Make it yourself! Our Creative Director Evros Agathou unveils some inventive designs to get your creative juices flowing in his latest article for Houzz UK. He says: "Upcycling, repurposing, whatever you want to call it, a bespoke piece is one way to ensure your home is like no other. As a designer, I love the challenge of coming up with something you won’t find on the High Street. If you’re a DIY fan, there’s lots of scope for original ideas. Giving pieces of furniture or household objects a new purpose can have surprising results. Here are some fun examples to get you thinking."
Our restaurant design for Little Saigon in East London has been named among the 'world's most stylish' in the national media. The Vietnamese street-food restaurant's colourful quirky design sits alongside large-scale creations from across the globe in a piece in the Daily Mail. The eighteen featured venues - all opened or redesigned in the past two years - are competing in the Restaurant and Bar category of the Society of British and International Design (SBID) awards.
We're delighted to announce our place on the longlist for Emerging Interior Practice of the Year in the World Interiors News (WIN) Awards 2015. This new award recognises interior design practices worldwide that have been in operation for five years or fewer. A panel of design experts will now create a shortlist with winners announced at an awards ceremony at The Sky Garden, Fenchurch Street, London on 2 December 2015.
Just out! Our restaurant design for Vietnamese street-food venue Little Saigon is 'proof of the impact an interior can have on the success of a restaurant' - according to leading industry magazine, Hospitality Interiors. In a double-page spread, the magazine highlights the design's recent inclusion on the prestigious SBID international design awards shortlist 'amidst fierce competition from restaurants and bars world-wide’. Replacing a run-down restaurant on Leytonstone high street, Little Saigon serves exciting street-food dishes in a colourful 100-seater space. Despite being a first venture for the owners, the Pham family, it had people queuing at the door on its opening day.
Happy clients make for happy designers. This five star review from Ruth, one of our home design clients, has put a big smile on our faces. Ruth brought us in to revitalise her Stoke Newington apartment and create a home to enjoy. We helped her to make the most of the space, adding character and warmth throughout. Intelligent storage solutions helped to keep the home clear and calm. Here's what she had to say about the process: "We wanted to redecorate our apartment in Stoke Newington, adding colour, print and a retro feel. We also had a serious clutter problem and really needed optimisation of storage solutions to make the most of the apartment.
We were pleased to see our design for Little Saigon getting some great exposure in the Guardian series recently. The paper urged locals to support the Vietnamese street-food restaurant, in E11, by voting for the design to win an international award. Voting in the Society of British and International Design (SBID) awards closed on Friday 18 September. Thank you for all your votes and support.