Design Week; DesignLSM models Beast restaurant on Norwegian fishermen’s huts

DesignLSM has designed the interiors of new restaurant Beast, taking inspiration from Norwegian fishermen’s huts.

The restaurant, owned by the Goodman restaurant group, is located on Chapel Place, London, and is based on a communal fine dining concept…..

Read the full article in Design Week here

Source: www.designweek.co.uk, Wednesday 11th June 2014

Read more about our restaurant interior design for Beast here

 

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Burger and Lobster at Restaurant and Bar Design Week

We’re in good company for the first Restaurant and Bar Design Week!

A week long celebration of the most innovative restaurants and bars, their interiors and furniture by the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards team, Burger and Lobster Knightsbridge is one of their featured venues. Our lead designer, Andy Harwood, told them more about the project here.

We’re also delighted that Burger and Lobster is one of our projects shortlisted for the awards this year! 
Read more about our work for the infamous Burger and Lobster brand here.

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London Evening Standard; Pavilion

DesignLSM have created an art deco inspired restaurant which offers a beautiful setting for lunch or dinner.

The look: Art deco. On entering guests are presented with hand made bouquets displayed along brass shelving. At the centre of the restaurant is the Marquina marble champagne bar, with a brass wine gantry and dramatic illuminated glass pillars. Yellow and grey seating and gold trimmed tables add a Twenties flare to the high ceiling ornate dining are….

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Source: eveningstandard.com, 4th July 2014

Read more about our restaurant interior design for Pavilion here

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Restaurant and Bar Design Awards Shortlist Revealed

Today the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards announced the shortlist from their 2013 / 2014 entries. The shortlist includes 190 projects across 29 categories from the world’s leading architects, interior designers, lighting designers and hospitality operators.

designLSM are delighted to have two projects on the shortlist this year:

Burger & Lobster, Harvey Nichols – Best Restaurant / Bar in a Retail Space
Pavilion Tea Company, Peyton & Byrne – Best Fast / Casual 

Very well done to our talented designers and congratulations to everyone on the shortlist. The winners will be announced during a ceremony at London’s Old Truman Brewery on the 25th September 2014, so we all have our fingers crossed!

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LuxDeco; Summer’s Hottest New Restaurant, Pavilion

It’s only in its first few weeks of life and already Pavilion has proven itself a huge success. The sophisticated restaurant might be the gastronomic branch of an elite business members’ club of the same name but it has also endeared itself to the dining masses. Just passing by during one of its early Friday evening seatings revealed it as a welcome addition to the Kensington’s swanky high street with both young business types and elegant diners flocking to its doors.

Read the full article in Luxdeco here

Source: Luxdeco.com,  20th June 2014

Read more about our restaurant interior design for Pavilion here

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International Design and Architecture Awards

Here’s Steve, Andy and Karen enjoying the sights of beautiful Venice.
They’re attending the International Design and Architecture Awards this evening and we all have our fingers crossed for our two shortlisted projects; Boulestin and Funicular…

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Pavilion

Previously known as Dryland, the newly named Pavilion on High Street Kensington has recently undergone refurbishment by the designLSM interior design team, creating a contemporary elegant restaurant interior design and delicatessen catering for it’s discerning club members and the public.

designLSM redesigned the ground floor of the venue, taking the existing Drylands cafe and combining a neighbouring retail unit to create one space that offers customers a delicatessen, a refined classic champagne bar, a fine restaurant with dramatic open kitchen and even a beautifully presented florist.

On entering the restaurant, guests are greeted by the florist, with tailor made bouquets by Paul Morris displayed along brass shelving. At the centre of the restaurant is the champagne bar, designed with Marquina marble, brass inlays and a delicately profiled pewter top. The bespoke bar also features a brass wine gantry and dramatic illuminated glass pillars.

Framing the bar is the Carrara marble delicatessen counter on the left, home to an abundant display of produce, breads and pastries freshly baked in the on-site bakery. To the right of the bar is the open kitchen, offering diners the opportunity to watch their dishes being prepared by head chef Adam Simmonds and his team.

Privately commissioned oil paintings by renowned British artist Simon Casson, hand crafted furniture made with opulent leathers and bespoke copper light features all designed by designLSM, bring together the overall design scheme.

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Retail Design Blog; Beast restaurant by designLSM

Beast is an exciting new venture from designLSM’s long standing client, the Goodman Restaurant Group. Hidden away on Chapel Place in London, this unique fine dining concept offers diners shared dishes of the finest Norwegian king crab and 2 kilo cuts of steak. Our client was originally inspired by the communal meals served in rustic huts to the Norwegian fishermen who catch the king crabs.

Read the full article in Retail Design Blog here

Source: retaildesignblog.net , June 5th 2014

Read more about our restaurant interior design for Beast here

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Pavilion Kensington is here!

Following our previous post, the beautiful Pavilion has now opened it’s doors, here is a sneak preview of the restaurant interior design.  Watch this space, as more images and project information will follow shortly.

Photographed by Will Price.

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Lacoste, Regent Street, London

designLSM’s retail interior design team have been working with Lacoste since 2001 and are delighted to now be working on their new Devanlay concept. The Regent Street London boutique is the first to open with the new concept.

Our team’s favourite design features are the dramatic newly created double height space and mezzanine between the ground and first floors. A new concrete staircase includes a timber-clad ‘event box’ mid-landing and timber-cladding is continued across the ceiling of the ground floor, up to the edges of the mezzanine. Double height mirror-clad and Viroc-clad walls add to the sense of drama and provide the ideal backdrop for new display furniture by Devanlay and Space Inverters.

Located within a Grade II Listed building, we ensured the new interior design scheme was sensitive to the original building, whilst showcasing Lacoste’s innovative new concept. We are looking forward to continuing our work with this iconic brand.

 

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