Clerkenwell Grind: Discover The Mid-Century Space In London – Created by the Australian design studio Biasol, the Clerkenwell Grind is one of the most dazzling space you’ll see in London. Born from a 19th-century warehouse in Clerkenwell, the amazing restaurant and bar has maintained the roots of the building and features a mid-century design that’s unforgettable.
Dating back from the 1870s, the building has two floors divided into a cocktail bar, dining area and a basement bar that hosts nighttime events. In the main entrance, the first thing you see is the glamourous Clerkenwell Grind brass logo contrasting with a chevron-patterned wall, forming the backdrop for the host’s desk.
The Clerkenwell Grind caught our attention due to the stunning mid-century flair combined with the usual roughness of the industrial design. Located in Clerkenwell at 2-4 Old Street, this restaurant’s interior design couldn’t possibly be any more gorgeous and it had to make an appearance in Best Design Guides.
But it’s the restaurant’s lighting that provides the ultimate touch. The mid-century lighting design is one of the highlights of this stylish interior design, featuring minimalist white glass pendant lamps all around the bar area.
Navy blue and the famous millennial pink make up the colour palette of the space, paired with golden details and marble-like tabletops, creating a statement look throughout the restaurant.
“Behind its intricately patterned brick and terracotta facade, we sought to create a vividly coloured but elegant interior that would contrast with the architecture while respecting its heritage,” said Biasol, the designers responsible by the project. This London space is the perfect balance between a variety of brass accents and the warmth of the predominantly navy interior.
Source: London Design Agenda
Image Credit: Clerkenwell Grind
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