Dezeen says: The interior of this restaurant in London's Pimlico features a palette of materials and colours chosen by local studio Sella Concept to evoke the warm sunshine and relaxed lifestyle of the Mediterranean.
Wallpaper says: In transforming the ground floor and basement of a Grade II-listed Victorian corner block in London's Pimlico neighbourhood into Omar's Place, a modern Mediterranean restaurant, interiors studio Sella Concept took the sun as inspiration and mood-board. The result is a light-washed, voluminous space that's tracked by radial lines and circular motifs against a backdrop of cool terracotta walls, scalloped timber slats and earthy rusty hued banquettes.
Colourful Rebel says: Londoners who are seeking a piece of Mediterranean vibes no longer need to catch a plane. Omar Shabaan, a Mediterranean resident who owns a number of restaurants, bars and boutique hotels in London, decided to combine his two loves and opened a piece of Southern delight in busy London: Omar's Place. A place where the relaxed and soft vibes of the south are portrayed. On both the menu and the interior.
Sight Unseen says: The interior was shaped by Sella Concept, a London-based female design duo whose concept for the space started with idea of the sun … this translates to tubular suede seating, circular mirrors, fluted timber wall cladding, a curved bar, scalloped terrazzo table- and countertops, and those circular Pool lights we've always loved.
13 Cambridge Street, Pimlico, London SW1V 4HP, United Kingdom