Interior architecture and design studio Fettle have unveiled the design of Beverly, a West Coast American restaurant at The Hoxton, Rome.

Fettle brings a style remix to Beverly restaurant at The Hoxton
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Interior architecture and design studio Fettle have unveiled the design of Beverly, a West Coast American restaurant at The Hoxton, Rome.

In collaboration with Ennismore Design Studio, Fettle drew on the existing aesthetic synonymous with The Hoxton brand and used the building itself and its locality as reference points for the design of Beverly, a West Coast American restaurant. The building was constructed in the 1970s and the interiors give nods to mid-century Italian design, pairing this with classic architectural details found within some of the more traditional buildings in the neighbourhood.

 

The theatrical open kitchen has been positioned to offer guests great views of the food being prepared. The restaurant eatures a long fluted sage green leather banquette that wraps the entire back wall of the restaurant to create an intimate environment and helps define the space. An additional fabric banquette to the left of the space provides a point of contrast and helps separate the restaurant from the adjacent bar and café.

A large central skylight, surrounded with lush planting, allows natural light to flood the main dining room. At night Beverly is lit by two custom brass chandeliers with frosted glass globes, while elsewhere, bespoke semi-flush Murano inspired ceiling lights help provide soft illumination.  Additionally, a selection of vintage table lamps have been employed to provide a soft glow around the perimeter.

 

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