David Thulstrup decorates Ikoyi restaurant with copper walls and curved metal-mesh ceiling

Copenhagen-based designer David Thulstrup drew on spice-making processes when designing the interior of London’s Ikoyi restaurant, which features a variety of materials including copper and oak.

The 150-square-metre restaurant, which has a menu based on seasonal British produce and spices from sub-Saharan west Africa, is located inside the brutalist 180 The Strand building in central London.

Studio David Thulstrup has clad London’s Ikoyi restaurant in copper sheets

Thulstrup completely renovated the interior, adding panels of a specially-designed metal-mesh weave that curve up from the restaurant’s windows and cover the ceiling. The ceiling design was informed by the process of spice production.

“I was inspired by sifting spices and thought the

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