Crafthouse and Angelica
D&D London
Interiors
 
At the top of Leeds’ gleaming new urban shopping centre, Trinity Leeds, sit two restaurants: Crafthouse and Angelica. Commanding impressive views of the city and the Grade-I listed Holy Trinity Church, the restaurants offer two very different ways to escape the hustle and bustle.

Crafthouse pays homage to Leeds’ proud history in the textile industry. Dramatic space dividers inspired by wool looms break up the main restaurant space, and a palette of heavy materials – dark oak floors, leather and patinated zinc give the restaurant an industrious feel.
 
On the floor above, Angelica, a ‘grand café’ comprising an informal restaurant, bar and terrace, is a much lighter space. The limed oak floor extends out onto an all-weather garden terrace that wraps around the restaurant, creating an inside-outside feel. At Angelica’s centre stands a dramatic pewter cocktail bar.
 
Photography by Jim Ellam
At the top of Leeds’ gleaming new urban shopping centre, Trinity Leeds, sit two restaurants: Crafthouse and Angelica. Commanding impressive views of the city and the Grade-I listed Holy Trinity Church, the restaurants offer two very different ways to escape the hustle and bustle.

Crafthouse pays homage to Leeds’ proud history in the textile industry. Dramatic space dividers inspired by wool looms break up the main restaurant space, and a palette of heavy materials – dark oak floors, leather and patinated zinc give the restaurant an industrious feel.
 
On the floor above, Angelica, a ‘grand café’ comprising an informal restaurant, bar and terrace, is a much lighter space. The limed oak floor extends out onto an all-weather garden terrace that wraps around the restaurant, creating an inside-outside feel. At Angelica’s centre stands a dramatic pewter cocktail bar.
 
Photography by Jim Ellam
 
 
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