If you are heading to the London Design Festival this September we guarantee that you will spend some good quality design time. Besides all of the events that this long anticipated week has in store , the city also a great range of design spots to enjoy during your stay. Start with some great restaurants and whilst you sample some of the best cuisine in the world, you can also appreciate the outstanding work of the UK’s top interior designers.
Ibérica Farringdon, Lázaro Rosa-Violán & Design LSM
If you go to London Design Festival for business but would like to sample the perfect Mediterranean summer then Ibérica is the perfect place to go. Taste some delicious tapas after a long day walking whilst enjoying the unique work of interior designers Lázaro Rosa-Violán and Design LSM. In last week’s article we talked about the Mayfair Ibérica, now you can also enjoy the Farringdon restaurant, where the classic, modern and industrial blends together in perfect harmony.
Barbican Foodhall, Shh
Created by Shh, one of the most renowned UK interior design studios, the Barbican Foodhall is located at the Barbican Centre, one of London’s greatest 20th century architectural landmarks. While you visit the London Design Festival, take some time to enjoy this deli-style restaurant and shop. You will be surprised with the perfect mix between vintage and bespoke furniture and the original use of materials such as the exposure of the original concrete ceilings.
Sackville’s, B3 Designers
Opened last July, the Mayfair Sackville’s by B3 Designers is a two-floor restaurant located on the space of the former Carr Woor and Son’s tailor shop. The interiors were inspired by this tailor-made identity, in a rich combination of colours and materials – the perfect dining spot to relax after a long walking day at the London Design Festival.
Beast, Design LSM
Located in Chapel Place, Beast is the place for everyone looking for a fine dining experience during the London Design Festival. Inspired by medieval banqueting and Norwegian communal king crab meals, diners can share dishes of king crab and steak along six huge long tables.
Dishoom Kings Cross, Macaulay Sinclair
Inspired by the 1930’s Irani Cafés of Southern Bombay, Dishoom projecto by Macaulay Sinclair is an outstanding fusion between this reference and Victorian industrial buildings. Different areas were created to give you a true sense of detail but at the same time, every corner works in a wider dimension. A true celebration of design details to enjoy during your stay at the London Design Festival!