Opening date: October 2021
Area: 122 sq.m
Londri is our fourth project for the Lucky Group, known for its reverent attitude to the gastronomic and bar process. The solemn, delicate and multi-layered restaurant is located on Dmitrovsky Lane, in the very centre of Moscow, surrounded by global brands and boutiques.
The layout is laid out in such a way that it is possible to see the process of cooking food or drinks from any point in the hall. We have separated three points of attraction for the guests: a pizza oven, a semicircular carved bar and an open cold shop. The noble shine of brass, thoroughbred wood and aristocratic marble were the main materials we used in the interior.
It is always fascinating to immerse in the history of the location to be interacted with. At the place of the restaurant, there was a laundry in the last century, and the observant guests are unobtrusively reminded of this by the interior details. A hint of fabric can be seen in the wavy shape of columns, translucent lamps, interlacing on the backs of sofas and chairs, and especially in the magical transformation of a marble open kitchen as if covered with a tablecloth, which stone folds intuitively want to smooth with the palm.
Delicately “aged” wooden panels at the restaurant entrance take the guests back to a bygone era for a moment. In the main hall, this effect is supported by the French fir-tree parquet and natural stone tiles with the classic octagonal layout that was used in England in the 19th century.
Precious wood panelling for window portals, light decorative plaster on the ceiling, plaster reliefs on the walls and natural marble create a graceful space, inspired by the history of a bygone era. The pizza oven, wrapped in brass sheets and especially “aged”, shimmers in gold against the bright walls and ceiling, completing the harmonious vibe of the refined restaurant.
Design by Ira and Olya Sundukovy
Art director Valeria Rykova
1st designer Anastasia Bolshakova
Designer Tamara Lipenko
Procurement by Оksana Kasperovich
Project manager Maria Dubrovskaya