Salvation Jane

Stiff + Trevillion Architects, London, 2012


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Salvation Jane is a 65 seater restaurant and bar located in Shoreditch, London

Australian influences were key in this project, the name Salvation Jane comes from a plant that was brought to Australia in the 1800’s by an English immigrant named Jane Patterson.

The design palette was derived from the materiality of a typical Australian beach house and interpreted in a simple format to maintain the desired minimal independent aesthetic.

This is the second restaurant developed by Shelagh Ryan Ltd, the first being Lantana in Fitzrovia, London.


  • Begun: Jan 2012
  • Completed: Apr 2012
  • Floor area: 210m2
  • Sector: Retail
  • Total cost: £141,500
  • Procurement: JCT
  • Address: Unit 2, 10 Oliver’s Yard, 55 City Road, London, EC1Y 1HQ, United Kingdom

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