Robert Angell, the interior designer behind some of London's most desirable restaurants, including Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley and Kaspar’s Seafood Bar & Grill at the Savoy, tells DesignCurial how he designs restaurants that are every bit a exciting and sumptuous as the food they serve.
Odds are you've seen the work of Robert Angell, even if you haven't realised it at the time.
The lavish teal-blue furnishings and ornate brass fittings of Kaspar's at the Savoy, the glamorous horsehair paneling, vaulted ceilings and marble mosaic floors of Piccolino Cicchetti or the clock at Tredwell's, made from dozens of bone-handled knives.
Angell says regardless of the project, the objective is always to exceed expectations.
We visited the designer at his London studio to explore the inspiration and design process behind three of his most prominent projects.