Richard Lewisohn : The Riding House Café à Londres

Le 15 avril dernier, The Riding House Café ouvrait ses portes sur Great Titchfield Street dans le quartier de Fitzrovia à Londres. Le design intérieur et la décoration s’approprient les codes de la brasserie rétro-chic décalée et mélangent mobilier vintage, industriel et rustique. Commissionné pour la campagne promotionnelle du restaurant, le photographe anglais Richard Lewisohn nous offre une magnifique visite des lieux .. et des assiettes.

“These images are part of a shoot to provide website and promotional images for The Riding House Café, a new restaurant in Great Titchfield Street, London W1. I was expecting to be shooting only interiors, and when asked if I could shoot some plates of food, I didn’t expect 21 of them! Luckily I had my 90mm TS-E lens in my case.”

“All the (food) images here were made within a period of 53 minutes. After the shoot my assistant and I were invited for lunch and the food is as delicious as it looks.”

The Riding House Café is the third project by the team behind Village East and The Garrison.  Doors open on Friday 15th April in Great Titchfield Street, W1, London the new restaurant is a modern all-day brasserie comprising a combination of eating, drinking and meeting spaces.

The Riding House Café
43-51 Great Titchfield St
London W1W 7PQ
General information & reservations: 020 7927 0840
More infos on the restaurant’s website.

All photos © Richard Lewisohn / The Riding House Café

+ Via Richard Lewisohn

3 Comments

  • Tay
    2 years ago

    Where can I find the stunning blue chairs?

    • 2 years ago

      Hey Tay, I’m afraid I can not be of any help on this… I don’t know. They look either vintage or custom made. Maybe you want to ask the architects directly?

  • colette
    8 years ago

    Mélange très réussi : j’ adore : le parquet est superbe , les tables avec les vieilles planches larges ( probablement en chêne ), le faïence blanche du bar ( très rétro et métro parisien ) et aussi les casiers de rangement au dessus du bar ( inspirés des hottes anciennes comme celle que j’ai mise au dessus de la vieille cuisinière bleue Rosières )… Juste un gros pincement au cœur pour le petit écureuil transformé en lampe : là, ils auraient pu éviter : je trouve çà de très mauvais goût ! However, next time in London, we make a reservation in that place !

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