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For the creation of two new eateries contained in the Barbican Centre, definitely one among London’s largest twentieth century architectural landmarks, architects and designers SHH assembled lighting designers PSLAB, furnishings designer Stefan Bench and yard designer Kate Gould.
Initially, the 450 sq. meter space was a restaurant and retailer and the world was reimagined by SHH as two restaurant areas, renamed the Barbican Foodhall and Barbican Lounge. What I assume is most hanging in regards to the areas is the lighting designs created by PSLAB, along with the jar shelving partitions and jar chandeliers overhead inside the Foodhall. It actually really feel collegiate and Portland-y (I merely made that phrase up) with a up to date edge.
Within the Lounge, I really like the blue/inexperienced banquette seating with the purple buttons along with all the basic furnishings (properly howdy, there Hans Wegner sofa!). Chairs by Stefan Bench and Helen Hughes of SHH and pops of pink lacquer make the world actually really feel loungy however vibrant. I’d like to loosen up out on that terrace.
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Pictures by Gareth Gardner.