The Studio was approached by the Gordon Ramsay Group in late 2015 to propose the redesign the iconic Knightsbridge Michelin stared restaurant.
Based on her belief in authenticity, functionality and materials that ‘age beautifully’ . The studio chose to utilise materials such as coper and brass through out.
The shared passion with the chef to work with pure, rich materials is expressed in the interior in which natural stone, leather and oak wood are used. Moreover Emma, as with many of her projects, collaborated with a number of leading creative partners to shape the “fine dining meets rock ’n roll” character of the overall experience.
The ‘piece de résistance’ in the centre of the restaurant is a circular wine room displaying the Petrus. It was preserved and enhanced using higher quality materials to accentuate the main product on display for drinking, fine Petrus wine.
Additional ceiling panels were created in such a way that they contribute to the intimate and ambient divinity of the interior as well as the the acoustic levels.
A scenic ambience by seamlessly combining artistry and engineering.