Hood – Streatham

Hood – Streatham, is an independent Restaurant that was founded by brother and sister. They were born and raised in Sussex and wanted to open a neighbourhood eatery that would be used by the local community of Streatham

Not forgetting their roots, they were keen to source as much of the food and drink from London and the south east.

Our brief at Engaging Interiors was to design an interior that reflected the menu. Our response was to design an interior that took you from the Streatham High Street to the Sussex coast as you experienced the interior. The existing site had been an Indian Restaurant for the past 30 odd years and during the strip out process we undercovered some original features like brick walls and a hand powered dumbwaiter. These were all utilised within the design and made to work with a bar that was inspired by the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill and a wall of providence showing where all of the food is sourced from.

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