Elly Ward designs own restaurant Edit using salvaged terracotta tiles and reclaimed materials

Architect and restauranteur Elly Ward has opened the low-impact restaurant Edit in London, drawing inspiration from its vegan, minimal-waste menu to create an interior filled with reused and recycled materials.

Ward collaborated with her husband Joe Morris of architecture studio Morris + Company on the project, which was designed using low-intervention methods.

“It’s been designed to be as circular as possible, which is the whole philosophy of the restaurant,” she told Dezeen.

The Edit restaurant features exposed brick walls

Edit is located in a former factory and warehouse building in east London and connected to the adjacent Morris + Company architecture office.

Visitors to the restaurant can view the studio’s models

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