Heathrow Airport, a major international airport in London, was invaded by an extraordinary yet controversial restaurant design idea! Is the name Heston Blumenthal familiar to you? Keep scrolling and unveil the innovative design project that has the most an incredible vibe due to its mid-century lighting designs.
Located in London Heathrow’s Terminal 2 – The Queens Terminal, The Perfectionists’ Café has a quirky design inspired by the 1960’s and 1970’s.
Modern British signature dishes also inspired AfroditKrassa to made this timeless era reborn.
Such detail is impressive in such open and theatrical kitchen! It’s unthinkable not to look at this majestic counter with high stools, which invites passengers to sit down and enjoy a British dish of excellence, cooked by a wood oven never seen before in an airport.
Known for its irreverence, this new restaurant bar could not leave out Heston’s secret ingredient! The ice cream parlour offering Heston Blumenthal’s iconic liquid nitrogen ice cream is definitely an eye-catcher!
“As customers progress into the space, the pace slows down to a more relaxed dining experience.”
Upon entering on this restaurant, the sensations of its visitors are aroused.
The front is dynamic, combining high seating, flexible tables and marble and tiles surfaces.
One of our favorite features of this unique place is the communal table, “shaped as a propeller”, a subtle reference to airplanes and travel in general.
What can we say about this rich interior filled with dark timber, black and white marble, metals and Formica, an iconic material of the 60’s? Such a well-thought idea, don’t you think?
The big lampshades, the asymmetric structure, the visible textile wire and the gold plated details have resulted in a magical piece which will surely put a spell on you.
Don’t forget that this piece will be with a 50% discount until the 24th!
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