London-based design consultant d_raw has completed the modern restaurant interior design Bonds & Brook Restaurant inside Fenwick department store in London. Architecture and interior practice d_raw, in collaboration with hospitality consultant A View of Private (established by the Evening Standard restaurant critic Fay Maschler & Journalist and Broadcaster, Simon Davis) and specialist brands Made Thought, the site, as one of very small to offer food and Bond’s drink in the street, not only will boast a restaurant during the day but also the less formal cafe area and a large, sculptures, cocktail bar showpiece from the center of the room, saved spared space.
All design elements have been created especially for space reclamation, the most striking semi-reflective blinds, floor to ceiling, ‘fin’ asymmetrical glass that surrounds two sides of a restaurant interior design overlooking the store, so the restaurant to be hidden or even open to (and mixed) floor fashion, highlighting some new acquisitions shop. Other features include ‘library mode’ is full of books and magazines and chandeliers ‘exploding champagne’ (a visual echo of the atmosphere of celebration) rises above the tin wrapped in a cocktail bar.
- Project: The Bond & Brook Restaurant Interior
- Location: Fenwick Department Store, London, England
- Architects: d_raw
All photo credit and copyright: d_raw
[Via - Contemporist.com]