Bombay Brasserie interiors, by DesignLSM


DesignLSM has designed the interiors of fine dining Indian restaurant Bombay Brasserie, which is located in London’s Kensington. It now has a new entrance where  diners are greeted in a back-lit space with a curved screen featuring intricate fretwork. Lanterns sit in recesses in the screen.

In the restaurant there are relaxed, formal and private dining arrangements as well as a redesigned conservatory space. The consultancy says the interiors have a colonial feel with furniture sourced from India, original photographs from the period sourced and Indian artists commissioned.

A bar has been designed in the form of an open drinks cabinet containing back-lit glass shelves and is topped with black veined marble and a brass trim.

Handmade brass pendants and wall lights have come from India and provide ambient low level lighting. Rich materials such as velvet and leather have been introduced to give a “sumptuous, relaxed” environment.

The conservatory has been stripped back so it resembles an orangery and more ambient light has been introduced.