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Franschhoek, Western Cape. South Africa
Phased upgrade project: 2015 to 2017
Collaborators: Karim Scharaf, Riaan Kruger, Barry Garner
The refurbishment project at La Petite Ferme started in 2015 and will continue into 2018 and beyond. The new owner in 2015 implemented an extensive upgrading and refurbishment programme. Which included redesigning the entire kitchen and service areas; installing new floors and ceilings; constructing a new wine tasting deck; transforming the outdoor eating areas; revamping the gardens and parking areas and updating the guest suites.
A key aspect of the upgrade was selecting new furniture and cushion fabric for the restaurant, bar, wine tasting room and the outdoor eating areas. Patio Life supplied all the chairs, over 240 for these areas.
Restaurant Chairs: Francis Showwood Chairs with Solid Ash Frames, Walnut Veneer and upholstered in Tempotest Raffaello 50965 Col10.
Patio Chairs: Ibisa Chairs with solid Kiaat Legs and Seats woven with Pearl Grey half round synthetic rattan. Seat cushion fabric Tempotest Raffaello 50965 Col10
Tables: Four to Six Seater Franschhoek Tables made from Solid Kiaat hardwood
Wine Tasting Room: Hampshire Low Back Sofas and Armchairs upholstered in U&G Havard Col 6
Bar Counter: Plettenberg Showwood Bar Stool upholstered in U&G Havard Col 6
Deloitte’ Green House for incubating new ideas.
Green Point, Cape Town, South Africa.
Completed Dec. 2015
Furniture design and colours specified by Wilde at Heart Interiors, Johannesburg.
The brief was to furnish their outdoor patio area with clusters of sumptuous lounge furniture that was in keeping with the centres main function.
An incubation centre for Deloitte’s staff to incubate and grow new ideas for their business and social commitments.
FURNITURE: Humewood modular range
CUSHION FABRIC: Cedarbrook Green and Sundowner Green