High-Fashion Dining in Dramatic Style

4 years ago

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend celebrating Father's Day.  Today I thought I would start out this week with an evoking image of the Angler Restaurant in London's South Place Hotel.  With black and white color palette really making a dramatic come-back in the interior design world, I thought this would be a great way to get this week's conversation started.

The inspiration for the interiors were drawn from the hotel's glass and metal facade.  Designer Tina Norden, of Conran and Partners, brought the exterior indoors with custom aluminum panels, which were created in collaboration with Grace and Webb.  The aluminum sheets frame the eatery's elongated main dining area.  What a dramatic statement these aluminum panels make in this eatery.

The Angler Restaurant, South Place Hotel, photographer © Guy Montago-Pollack via

The mirrors, in the panels, draw attention to its pattern design and reflect the streaming light from the windows at this hotel's restaurant.  The beautiful architectural panels are carried onto the ceiling, creating two striking focal points and tie the space together.  Also, I love the continuation of the black and white color scheme onto the chairs' simplistic striped fabric--maintaining this dramatic high-fashion color palette in a subtle way allowing the panels to shine in the dining room.

What do you think of this gorgeous space?  Wouldn't you love to eat in this stunning space?

 

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