Kaspar’s at the Savoy Hotel
Thursday 02 May 2013
Located in the heart of London with panoramic views of the River Thames and London landmarks, Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill will offer an informal yet luxury dining experience, presented in an elegant Twenties-style setting. The vibrant new design will evoke The Savoy's rich and glamorous past, whilst creating a sought after but relaxed dining environment, where Kaspar, The Savoy's most famous four legged feline will reside.
The art deco inspired restaurant is designed by Robert Angell Design Studio, using a Twenties and Thirties template in keeping with The Savoy's history. The feel of a hushed hotel dining room will be replaced with a timeless, stylish and comfortable interior which will help to create a lively ambience and compliment the new informal menu. With stunning views across the River Thames, the fish bar will add an element of theatre to the room with its oyster shell bar, two Murano glass columns and bespoke pendant light feature.
Brass railings, art deco mirrors and a silver leafed ceiling will add elegance and light, and the marble bar flooring will be encircled by a teal swirl carpet, the latter representing the ebb and flow of the River Thames. Robert Angell worked with David Collins as Creative Director for 15 years before branching out on his own in 2010 to specialise in luxury interior design. Impressive previous projects include Lime Wood, Pierre Koffmann at Wilton Place, The Connaught, The Berkeley and The Wolseley.
Robert Angell Design Studio