Faux landscape installation for a Greek restaurant in the heart of Monte-Carlo
An experiential dining experience of a luscious Mediterranean garden.
The brief: The client wanted diners to have an experiential dining experience of a luscious Mediterranean garden. Faux planting was to connect the internal and external spaces so the restaurant areas worked cohesively, the faux to work in sympathy with the natural plant boxes to be situated around the seating banquettes.
Innovative techniques were used to grow bougainvillea naturally over the listed architecture
Baskets of faux olive and eucalyptus were suspended from the restaurant balconies
A mixed colour pallet of red, cerise and apricot was employed adding depth to the design
Accent baskets of lilac wisteria were interspersed across the balcony spaces
Baskets of lilac and silver flowers and foliages were hung in rhythmic fashion to mimic the movement of the sea. A natural live planting scheme for low level planters of delicate white and lilac flowers was created to give the feel of bubbling sea spray, fresh to the touch for the diners to enjoy.
The Violin Factory
A corporate dinner reflecting the industrial feel of the venue.
Signor Sassi, Riyadh
Faux flower installation and garden
Wedding, Goodwood UK
Private wedding design for Sarah Haywood Weddings
Faux landscape design for a stylish, elegant, and inclusive restaurant in Riyadh's Financial District
Private Herb Garden
A warm, aromatic and inviting space