Fish Market
D&D London
Interiors
 
The Old Bengal Warehouse was built in 1771 as the first of the British East India Company’s storehouses on the Thames.

D&D London bought the Grade II-listed building and brought us in to help with the renovation, so we designed four spaces that pay homage to the Warehouse’s exotic, mercantile past.
 
Fish Market is an unpretentious, high-quality fish restaurant featuring simple wooden furniture and bold swathes of colour. Copper piping, caged sea lamps and a sea green roof lend a nautical air, and Tansy Brown-Hovelt’s art installation, featuring brine-tarnished copper panels, allude to the creaking history of the 18th-century building.
 
Photography by Paul Raeside
The Old Bengal Warehouse was built in 1771 as the first of the British East India Company’s storehouses on the Thames.

D&D London bought the Grade II-listed building and brought us in to help with the renovation, so we designed four spaces that pay homage to the Warehouse’s exotic, mercantile past.
 
Fish Market is an unpretentious, high-quality fish restaurant featuring simple wooden furniture and bold swathes of colour. Copper piping, caged sea lamps and a sea green roof lend a nautical air, and Tansy Brown-Hovelt’s art installation, featuring brine-tarnished copper panels, allude to the creaking history of the 18th-century building.
 
Photography by Paul Raeside
 
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Rather than disguise the existing beauty of the historical venue, the simple and airy design uses traditional materials to evoke a relaxed seaside shack; a venue for guests to enjoy a taste of the freshest fish and shellfish sourced from the British Isles.
 
Caterer and Hotel Maker, 20 September 2013 on describing The Fish Market
 
 
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