Journal | October 2012

Publicity | INTERIOR Magazine Feature

Extract:The best dining experiences are those that captivate a number of senses – not just the taste buds, although, of course, what the taste buds think defines success or failure for any restaurateur. But given that the competition for the fine dining dollar is intense, how does one restaurant differentiate itself from another. At James, the answer is as clear as day and night – the visual aesthetic, devised by architects Noel Lane and Tom Rowe, is based on dichotomy; light is divided from darkness, and there is compression and decompression as a low volume opens into high…

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