As everyone’s awareness of a better “Green” living arises, the commercial interior design takes on a different trend – “back to nature” movement. Take a look at the perfect example of the implemented sustainable way of thinking into this charming design of a new restaurant in London called “The Folly.”
” Inspiration for The Folly has come from traveling the world, looking at the most successful venues in the USA and the Middle East “places where service culture is valued highly” and combining the best they have to offer with our own style.”
What else could look better for this restaurant’s signage if it’s not grass imitating letters?
Very creative and sustainable use of materials is inspiring! Take a look at this flooring created from wood planks and long concrete tiles.
A contemporary touch is being created by this long concrete bar counter. The honeycomb wine shelves fit perfectly within overall style.
And, yes, you will see grass flooring in this restaurant as well! What a creative touch and a pleasure for your feet!
Accent walls of The Fally’s are covered in bright wallpaper or black and white organic patterns.
What an elegant idea to have your booths movable! This creates a very flexible space and makes it easier to clean the floors after hours.
Making the space closer to the nature was also addressed by placing small trees and flowers throughout the restaurant. I really like all the different variation of chairs bringing bright accent colors into the organic environment.
Every little accent in The Folly’s restaurant creates an inspiring garden atmosphere and takes us away from the city’s busy life.
41 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0BT