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Asian Street Food Restaurant, London

I was asked to put together a concept for an ‘Asian street food’ restaurant in North London. My client wanted me to push myself to the limit by incorporating a plethora of pattern and colour. Sensory overload. From initial concept to completion, this project pushed me creatively into thinking about cuisine and branding alongside longevity and atmosphere. The goal was to strike the right balance between “street” and elegant, whilst also incorporating an Eastern flare. The result is a restaurant under a bridge packed full of pattern and whimsy. A fun, hip place to gather, dine and drink.

The entryway of a boutique real estate agency, features Farrow & Ball’s Oval Room Blue on the walls, and a glass console table, on which is placed two Pooky lamps with green shades and a large clamshell overflowing with fern fronds. Below this sit two bespoke x-frame stools upholstered in GP & J Baker’s Rockbird Signature botanical print.

Boutique Estate Agency, Somerset

This estate agency had great bones and wonderful potential. Situated in a stunning period building, I was asked to design an interior that spoke to the architecture and setting. The outcome is what I have coined ‘English country style with a modern twist’. The office began with set work stations and little flexibility to the layout. The new design brings in flexible workspaces and informal zones for employees and clients to enjoy. The brand colour was burgundy, so I worked to thread this colour through the space in subtle ways, incorporating it in elements such as fabrics, lighting and lampshades. This ensured the space felt cohesive and on-brand.