Cycene, the High Style New Restaurant at London’s hip Blue Mountain School


London’s Blue Mountain College is an emporium not an academic establishment. Nevertheless it’s a spot of studying nonetheless: The six-story brick hub in Shoreditch showcases a concise, intellectual mixture of vogue, artwork, and craft. It additionally has a restaurant tucked into the second flooring: the Michelin-starred Mãos simply reopened as Cycene, reworked eating room and enlarged kitchen included.

BMS is the brainchild of inventive couple Christie and James Brown, and now we have been taking design inspiration from their work each step of the way in which. (To trace the surefooted evolution of their restaurant, see Blue Mountain College: London’s Artistic Membership of the Second, The Rarefied Restaurant at Blue Mountain College, and Steal This Look.)

The Cycene expertise takes place over three hours in a succession of rooms, all full of concepts value making use of at residence. It begins within the newly constructed bar on the bottom flooring; continues within the kitchen, the place visitors get to see the night time’s tasting menu in progress; and strikes on to the eating rooms, one paneled and intimate, the opposite a BDDW-tiled artwork set up with a chef’s desk for personal events. Come take a tour.

Images as famous, courtesy of Blue Mountain College.

The Bar

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Above: Curtained off from the road, the pared-back oak bar is the place on arrival diners are served “therapeutic seasonal broths” whereas listening to music from a report participant with Klipsch audio system and classic quad amps. {Photograph} by Rebecca Dickson.

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Above: The broth is served in stoneware and porcelain beakers by British potter and Blue Mountain College artist Steve Harrison. {Photograph} by Rebecca Dickson.

The Eating Room

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