The Bond & Brook Restaurant Interior by d_raw

August 13, 2010

London-based design consultancy d_raw have completed the interior for the Bond & Brook Restaurant inside the Fenwick department store in London.


Designed by architectural and interiors practice d_raw, in collaboration with the hospitality consultancy A Private View (founded by Evening Standard restaurant critic Fay Maschler & Journalist and Broadcaster, Simon Davis) and brand specialists Made Thought, the site, as one of a very small number to offer food and drink on Bond street, will boast not only a daytime restaurant but also a less formal café area and a large, sculptural, showpiece of a cocktail bar central to the no-expense-spared space.

All elements of the design have been created especially for the reclaimed space, most prominently a curtain of semi-reflective, floor to ceiling, asymmetric glass ‘fins’ that encircle the two store-facing sides of the restaurant, allowing the restaurant to be concealed or indeed opened up onto (and mixed with) the fashion floor, highlighting the stores several new acquisitions.

Other features include a full ‘fashion library’ of books and magazines and a ‘champagne burst’ chandelier (a visual echo of the celebratory ambience) rising above the pewter wrapped cocktail bar.

Visit the d_raw website – here.