Published on : Friday, July 15, 2016
The restaurant boasts striking architectural features such as an arched glazed facade leading from the traditional colonnade terrace into a double heighted space with a mezzanine level and a more intimate dining room towards the back. Floor to ceiling windows bathe the pantry area in natural light, with a subtle and stylish palette travelling through to the main restaurant.
Against a neutral backdrop, sit large feature elements in extraordinary materials – a pink concrete breakfast bar, a green granite kitchen and a pewter cocktail bar, custom design furniture with green leather and black timber booths – each celebrating a different part of the eclectic restaurant.
Several of Tom Dixon products can be found in the Bronte restaurant. The Curve lights internally reflect and emit a filtered glow of ethereal light. A cluster of gold Fade pendants sit over the dining booths, and a large grid of Plane wall lights in the ceiling coves throughout the restaurant.
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