Sheepish stuff at Quo Vadis

Damien Hirst is to redesign the interior of Leoni’s Quo Vadis restaurant in London’s Soho. The controversial artist, winner of the 1995 Turner Prize, is reported as having a 2m budget for the work.

“There is no other designer involved in the interior, Damien will do it all,” says Jonathan Kennedy, a Quo Vadis partner. He is unable to comment about graphics at present and refuses to discuss the budget.

The redesigned Quo Vadis will open in November with Marco Pierre White as chef.

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