Akram Fahmi gives Etch restaurant monochrome revamp to reflect two-ingredient dishes

Interior designer Akram Fahmi has revamped the Etch restaurant in Hove, East Sussex, creating black and white interiors to reflect its minimalist menu.

Located in a space that was originally a bank, Etch was first renovated and opened as a restaurant in 2017.

It has been reimagined by Fahmi, the founder of interiors studio London Design House, with an open kitchen and subterranean speakeasy bar.

Two modern arches were added to complement the three period arches of the existing building

Fahmi chose the simple colour palette to echo the approach of the restaurant’s menu, where most of the dishes are comprised of just two ingredients.

Wide-plank chalk-washed timber floors and

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