Besides being recognized as high-end interior designers, the names on this list are the genius behind these luxury restaurants – fancy establishments with contemporary interior designs. Are you curious to discover more about these chic spaces created by top design names, luxury restaurants with fine cuisine and cocktails bars where you enjoy your luxury lifestyle?
La Conspiracion de 1809 | Morelia, Mexico | Luis Laplace
A place where the illustrious Moreliano Mariano de Michelena lived, a key player in the fight for the independence of Mexico. It is precisely here, where the 1809 Conspiracy occurred, known as the Valladolid Conspiracy, led by Don Mariano de Michelena along with Captain José María García Obeso, the priest Mariano Ruiz de Chávez, the lawyer José María Izazaga and others. This luxury restaurant is a historical place with the best Mexican gastronomy.
Il Pampero At The Hari London | London, England | Tara Bernerd
Marrying Italian hospitality with the Belgravian lifestyle, Bernerd and her team have created a bespoke design scheme that embraces informal luxury. Bold Vespa-green lacquers and rich velvets combine with soft leathers and heritage fabrics to create a warm and inviting vibe. While circular booths are set against the back and sidewalls, the focal point is the striking central bar where cocktails will be served and diners can embrace the Italian tradition of Aperitivo.
Le Mille Feuilles | Saint Julien, Genevois | Claude Cartier
The Mille Feuilles fits into its context like a greenhouse, a call to plants but once again diverted with ocher and earth tones for a more mineral connotation. The ceiling of this luxury restaurant illustrates this authentic approach in the foreground with the Chanpen lights by Forestier combined with ceramic tables and Tropicalia chairs from Moroso. Sophisticated aesthetics are again suggested by the terracotta velvet of Pierre Frey’s double-sided curtains, but also by the wallpaper.
Piur | Valencia, Spain | Masquespacio
This luxury restaurant design seeks to find a concept that could connect with the Valencian origins of Piur’s founders and at the same time could work as an attraction point for the restaurant visitors. The colour palette is a reference to earth, next to a touch of red that symbolizes the colour of the tomato as one of the main ingredients used to prepare a pizza. The luxury restaurant of 500 m2 is developed to offer the consumer a different stage every time he visits Piur, making him live a unique moment that disconnects him from his daily routine, with a bit of comfort that reminds him to its own home.
Harrods Dining Hall | London, England | David Collins Studio
No strangers to restaurant designs, in 2019, David Collins studio released a once again show stoping project, redesigning the iconic Harrods Dining Hall. A staple of London cuisine, this luxury restaurant features incredible attention to detail as well as unique interiors.