We continue to travel around London in search of unusual places for photo shoots, saving tourists and local residents from the banal shots like "I keep Big Ben in hands." This time we will tell you about interesting and very "photogenic" establishments of the capital, where you can not only take a picture, but also have a cup of tea. After all, it is already quite cool outside, and many still want beautiful photos without cumbersome outer clothing.
Duck and Rice, Soho. This is the restaurant of the restaurateur Alan Yau - an intriguing fusion of the British pub and Chinese culture. The interior, decorated by the Turkish firm Autoban, combines the decor of traditional Victorian pubs and the Asian twister. Stained-glass windows and copper beer cans are a distinctive feature of the classical pub, and the facing tile from floor to ceiling pays tribute to the traditions of Chinese ceramics.
90 Berwick Street, Soho, London W1F 0QB
Ned, Bank. This year, Ned is the most photographed hotel in the UK. This institution, designed by Soho House Group, quickly became a desirable target for active users of Instagram. And the reason for this - grandiose and magnificent nine (yes, as many as nine!) restaurants. In the interiors of Ned, the Art Deco style prevails. And the best for photo shoots are Cecconi's and Mille's Lounge.
27 Poultry, London, EC2R 8AJ
Corner Room, Bethnal Green. Unattractive at first glance, the Corner Room restaurant, hidden in the impressive Town Hall hotel, is always ready to surprise guests. The interior of the establishment fits into the trend of utilitarian design with a lot of vintage industrial lamps, wood panels and tiles. And in this room a lot of daylight penetrates, so that your photos will be ideal for sure.
Patriot Square, Bethnal Green, London E2 9NF
Charlotte Street Hotel, Fitzrovia. The interior of this establishment, designed by Kit Kemp, is an excellent example of how to correctly combine bright colors and bold decisions. Frescoes and paintings - the design accents of the Charlotte Street hotel. You have an excellent opportunity to add colors to your photos.
15-17 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 1RJ
Berners Tavern, Fitzrovia. The atmosphere here is delightful: unusual stucco work, the walls are covered with paintings, posters and photographs in gold frames... Many of them are reproductions of works kept in the famous museums of London. But the most pleasant is the abundance of free space and luxuriously decorated ceilings and walls, which will serve as an excellent background for your photos.
10 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NP
German Gymnasium, King's Cross. The restaurant is located in the old building. Apparently, once there was a gymnasium there. Unusual architecture creates a special atmosphere. Its contribution is also made by high ceilings, beams, light and lots of elegant details.
1 King's Boulevard, London, N1C 4BU