The art of cuisine
- Bangkok, Thailand
Chef’s Table places the art of cooking at the very heart of the sumptuous dining experience. Double leaf burl hand-polished veneer doors are the entry point into the dramatic double height restaurant. The room features hand-tufted broadloom carpets in creme, hand-painted gilded wallpaper and rich veneer. The ethereal atmosphere is completed by a large curved mural recreating Monet’s magical watercolour ‘Lilies of Giverny’.
Circular glazed bay windows allow the panoramic Bangkok skyline to flood in as, central to the space and concept – the actual Chef’s Table – a Molteni Stove in cream and brass, glows. The table is wrapped by crescent counters carved from Carrara marble. dwp’s design celebrates the art of creation; moving far beyond the concept of ‘open kitchen’.