Architecture bears the signature of Allies and Morrison, while interior design was curated by Conran + Partners, one of the British teams with the longest list of awards in the hospitality and office sector. The South Place Hotel, a five-star destination just a stone’s throw from the bustling Liverpool Street in London, is the expression of the best Anglo-Saxon welcome: its project has impeccable elegance; its services – meeting, wellness and catering – are strictly high-end to dedicate an unforgettable experience to its guests.
Representing the pinnacle of this luxury offer is the Angler Restaurant, the starred temple of Gary Foulkes’ gourmet cuisine, which occupies the top floor of the accommodation and overlooks the City with a large outdoor terrace. The room is punctuated by panoramic windows while metal and laser-cut surfaces decorate ceilings and walls with a kaleidoscopic effect; the tables, on the other hand, are flanked by the seats of the Bross Break collection, chosen by the designers in the chair and armchair version with black lacquered wood structure and shell upholstered in purple fabric.
Designed by Enzo Berti and ideal for contract and residential spaces, Break is the iconic Bross family embellished with thin seams that characterize the padded backrest. The decorative play of lines dialogues with the details of the restaurant and its elegant and balanced environment, where the real stars are the star-shaped creations of the chef patron of Angler.