It is safe to say we love LuxDeco‘s magazine at the best of times. Last week however, that love was well and truly cemented as we happened upon their article on Kensington Pavilion Restaurant.
It is very rarely that you come cross a restaurant that appears to do their interiors as well as their food and vice versa but from what we have seen and read it looks like KPR might just be the full package. Designed by DesignLSM, the restaurant consists of a large multi-use space reminiscent of the New York Art Deco era, with black and white marbles, brushed and oiled brass, polished pewter and rich walnut finishes throughout. Like all great restaurant designs, the Michelin starred head-chef Adam Simmons was involved in the design, specifying specific features that would be necessary for his cooking style, such as a large meat aging fridge and a bakery area.
All that remains is a good excuse to get ourselves over there.
Read the LuxDeco article