A Look Inside ‘Farmer J’, A New Restaurant And Cocktail Bar In London

Australian based design studio Biasol, have recently completed Farmer J, an all-day restaurant in London, that serves from morning to night, week to weekend, and coffee to cocktails. #RestaurantDesign #RestaurantFacade

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

 

Australian based design studio Biasol, have recently completed Farmer J, a new restaurant in London.

Biasol drew from the owner’s Israeli background and the food and architecture of Tel Aviv for inspiration. They used materials, colours and textures evocative of Israeli food and architecture to create a casual, unpretentious, and authentic space that balances functionality and atmosphere.

 

Australian based design studio Biasol, have recently completed Farmer J, an all-day restaurant in London, that serves from morning to night, week to weekend, and coffee to cocktails. #RestaurantDesign #RestaurantFacade

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

The space has two entries and two bars, to attract on-the-go and dine-in customers and accommodate the flow of all-day trade.


Grey tiles and rendered concrete walls have been used to create a contemporary and relaxing restaurant interior. #Restaurant #ModernRestaurant

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

A variety of seating throughout the restaurant, including counter/bar, booth, banquette, window and communal tables, unite the space and blur the zoning of service types, meeting the demands of fast food but providing the warmth, atmosphere and hospitality of dine-in.


This modern restaurant has a lighter material palette enticing customers to the casual and relaxing interior. #RestaurantInterior #RestaurantDesign

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

To one side, a long food bar serves takeaway breakfast, lunch and coffee and extends into back-of-house.


This modern restaurant features a service area with a wood facade, a white countertop, and rendered concrete walls. #RestaurantDesign #RestaurantInterior

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

The restaurant has a lighter material palette for the food bar enticing day customers, while darker tones on the other side of the interior sets a cosier mood and scene for night service.


This modern restaurant has a lighter material palette for the food bar enticing day customers, while darker tones on the other side of the interior sets a cosier mood and scene for night service. #ModernRestaurant #RestaurantDesign #RestaurantSeating

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

Handcrafted tiles and hand-rendered concrete walls add texture and depth to the interior.


Inspired by the diversity of Tel Aviv architecture, this restaurant geatures handcrafted tiles and hand-rendered concrete walls that add texture and depth to the interior. #RestaurantDesign #BarDesign #CocktailBar

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

At the rear of the restaurant, a timber arch frames a dining alcove with the Farmer J motto: “Do what comes natural.”


This modern restaurant uses a soft neutral palette with hints of green that complements the rendered concrete walls. #RestaurantDesign #Restaurant

Photography by Focal Interior Photography

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