The Water House Project
Words by Toby Maxwell
LOCATED IN Bethnal Green, East London, The Water House Project is a fine-dining experience aiming to offer a relaxed and informal atmosphere. It began in 2015 when Gabriel Waterhouse left Michelin Starred Galvin La Chapelle with the aim of making fine dining accessible. What began as a 14-seat supper club from his modest home accelerated into a critically commended popup, and has gone on to become one of the area’s trendy eateries.
The work surfaces, chef’s table and wall cladding all feature marble-effect Dekton Rem by Cosentino. Image Credit: BIRCAN TULGA
Its interior has been designed by Hi-Spec Design, specialists in bespoke German and Italian kitchen furniture. The current display mixes furniture from two ranges by kitchen brand Minacciolo’s ranges; the island from the ‘mina’ collection with ‘natural skin’ tall units. 102 Wine bottles are displayed in Sub Zero’s integrated wine unit with a complementing fridge-freezer providing easy front-of-house access.
The space features marble-effect Dekton Rem by Cosentino for the work surfaces, chef’s table and wall cladding. The surfaces include 20mm thick work surfaces and chef’s table along with 8mm cladding on the back wall.
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