Dais provided a large scale bespoke artwork for the Angler’s Chef’s View, a semi private dining room at the heart of the award winning Michelin-starred restaurant Angler at South Place Hotel, London.
For special occasions, Angler’s Chef’s View is a semi-private dining area seating up to 14 showing the chefs at work and vistas of iconic London city landmarks including The Gherkin and the Salesforce Tower.
Stretching over one and a half meters in diameter Dais provided an artwork that was produced in matt black paint and silver leaf by Central Saint Martins graduate Rachel Gerrard.
Titled 'Celestial Sphere' the artwork looks at the movement and patterns of stars. Representing the notion of interconnectedness of all life, from afar the artwork can be understood as a mapping of matter on the atomic level as well as the macrocosmic.
Dais and owners D&D London selected the artwork for the space feeling that the work connected with the gastronomic themes of the restaurant, looking at both macro and micro worlds.
Led by Executive Chef, Gary Foulkes, Angler is a dazzling Michelin-starred restaurant, a favourite of gastronomes. With seafood at its heart, the ever-changing menu features only seasonal and carefully sourced produce. The restaurant is owned and operated by D&D London.