Tucked away in the new wing of the 19th century iconic London Somerset House, the newly opened restaurant Spring is a treat for the palette and the eye. Australian expat chef cook Skye Gynell’s restaurant is all about seasonal dishes served in an elegant interior. The food is inspired by nature, with the best produce and plucks from biodynamic farms. A warm and inspiring spot to meet for lunch or dinner.
The interior was designed by her sister Briony Fitzgerald. In the light-filled ‘winter’ garden atrium a pale blue wall with 5800 handcrafted ceramic blossoms by Valerie Nascimento is the backdrop for tan leather Mario Bellini 412 cab chairs and eye catching Cloud 50 lights. A marble statement bar with a classic Vico Magistretti for Oluce Atollo 233 table lamp adds even more elegance and sophistication to the space.
The spring atrium garden designed by landscape designer Jinny Blom has plaster panels with botanical imprint, Lucy chairs from Janus et Cie and Pedrali tables with a marble look.
Guests who arrive early can take a seat and have an aperitif on one of the pale pink &Tradition Mayor sofas designed by Arne Jacobsen and Flemming Lassen, paired with copper and brass E15 Habibi tray tables.For more information and reservations: http://springrestaurant.co.uk/
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It’s truly beautiful and I haven’t been yet.
Your photos are great. x