Lutyens
D&D London
Interiors
 
Named after its architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, this restaurant, bar and cellar complex is located at 85 Fleet Street. The site was also the birthplace of Samuel Pepys and the overall design and detail draws strong reference from all three of its illustrious predecessors – Lutyens, Pepys and Baron von Reuters. We created a space that references the Art Deco and modernism movements of the 1930s.

Features include restored Spiderback Lutyens chairs, a tall Lutyens clock from the original building and Italian Travertine flooring, sourced to match the flooring used in the original building.
 
Art from Terence Conran’s private collection is displayed throughout the restaurant and club, and we developed a brand identity befitting of the restaurants quirky character, featuring sneering French waiters and classics Trajan fonts.

Lutyens was the winner of the Square Meal Best New Restaurant award in 2009.

 
Photography by Paul Raeside
Named after its architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, this restaurant, bar and cellar complex is located at 85 Fleet Street. The site was also the birthplace of Samuel Pepys and the overall design and detail draws strong reference from all three of its illustrious predecessors – Lutyens, Pepys and Baron von Reuters. We created a space that references the Art Deco and modernism movements of the 1930s.

Features include restored Spiderback Lutyens chairs, a tall Lutyens clock from the original building and Italian Travertine flooring, sourced to match the flooring used in the original building.
 
Art from Terence Conran’s private collection is displayed throughout the restaurant and club, and we developed a brand identity befitting of the restaurants quirky character, featuring sneering French waiters and classics Trajan fonts.

Lutyens was the winner of the Square Meal Best New Restaurant award in 2009.

 
Photography by Paul Raeside
 
 
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