Modern dining rooms define David Collins Studio. Best recognised for his luxury restaurant and bar interiors that can be found all over London and in many places abroad. His sudden death in 2013 moved deeply fashion and design world everywhere. His work is continued now by the Collins Studio – interior design and decoration practice he established in 1985 in London.
Kerridge’s Bar, London
Kerridge’s Bar & Grill requisite an outstanding dining room design concept that could accommodate the renowned Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge`s first London restaurant. In order to accomplish this task, Tom Kerridge required the exquisitely to adjust the expertise of David Collins Studio.
The interior design David Collins Studio transformed the early creamy tones brasserie-style restaurant into a darker, more seductive space. Walls and vaulted ceiling are enriched by an enveloping deep racing green, while armchairs and deep-buttoned banquettes of glossy burgundy leather lend a posh gastropub meets gentleman’s club feel.
The Ritz Carlton Residences – Marketing Suite, Bangkok
Mahanakhon is a definition of contemporary Bangkok. The commitment to uncompromising quality has caught up with ambition, and the result is a residential architecture that would make an incredible addition to any of the World’s great skylines.
A sense of migrated old-European sophistication in harmony with the imagined fragrant charm of an early Bangkok. A romantic distillation of traditions subtly evolved into a thoroughly contemporary luxury home in a twenty-first-century city.
Vogue Lounge, Bangkok
David Collins Studio composed a devastatingly chic, insouciant and stylish space at the top of the MahaNakhon Cube. With European grace, the lounge stares across Bangkok upon the city’s exotic otherworldliness.
Part of the new Mahanakhon development in the Thai capital, the Vogue Lounge restaurant and bar was created in collaboration with Condé Nast. Timeless black-and-white glamour, inspired by the Vogue photography archive, makes this the perfect place to strike a pose.
Who else would you hire to design a ritzy Russian-themed restaurant but David Collins Studio? The result is appropriately swanky and gave the world what must be one of Instagram’s most popular uploads: that iconic “Press for Champagne” button next to every table. Collins was known for his sense of humor, too.
The Blue Bar At The Berkeley Hotel, London
Blue by name, not at all blue by nature. In the hands of Collins, this wall-to-wall dusky cornflower makes the room sing and shows that more is not necessarily less. Legend has it, Madonna loved it so much, she asked for something similar in one of her homes.
Elegant Grade II, London
This five bedroom home features a collection of eclectic, whimsical and refined twentieth-century antiques together with bespoke David Collins studio furniture and lighting. Furniture and lighting include an important Pierre Bobot gold lacquer screen and intricately carved chandeliers designed by the studio. The home utilizes a wide palette of colors and materials including a studded yellow leather card table and chairs and a study paneled in lavender lacquer.
The Sky Residence, Mahanakhon
Like a perfectly cut suit, the effect of the space is one of quiet assurance. Style, it is said, is what is remembered, and fashion is what is noticed. This is definitely an imposing residence that will be long remembered.
There are other notes present in the complex aesthetic composition of The Sky Residence. Cut against the debonair old Manhattanite confidence is the lighter energy of a contemporary East: an easy elegance; a delightful insouciance. A very now conversation on residential luxury.
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