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Sketch London is London’s most talked-about destination when it comes to food, drinks, music and art, and it received an upgrade to become even more vibrant, with a stronger character and charm. The unconventional 18th-century townhouse on Conduit Street, London, is known for its unique and artistic interiors, from the pastel pinks from the Gallery to the world most famous egg pod toilets.
The Glade restaurant was transformed into a vibrant and eccentric world, fit for a fairytale. The wooden floor has been carpeted with an exclusive one of a kind design by the artist Alexandra Kehayoglou. Vibrant furniture was used to replace the original 50s rattan furniture, including dining chairs and sofas, finished in blue lacquer with vigorous upholstery in purple and blue tones. Emphasising the height to the interior, the bar shelving on the back wall was extended upwards at varying heights and illuminated from behind to create an enchanting feature for the room.
The dining room was replaced from its previous golden tones for something a little softer and neutral; white decorative wall coverings complement the original red detail, mixing to produce a delicate pastel pink theme. All attention directs towards the interior’s impressive ceiling, adorned with traditional mouldings completed in silver, pink and blue. The Lecture Room and Library is a melting pot of traditional and contemporary design, creating a unique and instantly recognisable style.
Designed by India Mahdavi in 2014, The Gallery needs no introduction, it is known the world through as London’s iconic pink restaurant; the Gallery is a space to view and admire art. From the start of 2018, acclaimed British artist David Shrigley replaced his black and white drawings prominently featured on the walls of the restaurant with colourful new works. While the interior itself has not changed, the new items inject new character into this much-loved restaurant, a brilliant example of the powers of art.
Bold patterns and quirky details reminiscent of early 90s decadence fill the interior, a feast for visitors eyes as they are drawn from the ballet shoe legs of the dining chairs, up towards the bright painted segments of the ceiling with decorative mouldings replicated in neon lighting. The multifunctional space takes on new personas throughout the day, evolving from a patisserie in the morning to a dancer’s paradise during the evening.
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