At ‘O ver, a new Italian restaurant in London’s Southwark neighborhood, the interior design is inspired by the Sfusato lemons grown on the Amalfi coast and by the writings of Helena Attlee, author of four books on Italian gardens. Daniela Franceschini and Lua Gasset of Quiet Studios started with the lighting—lemon-like globe lights from Michael Anastassiades and Lee Broom—Tuscany white marble, and walnut living room furniture sourced from London’s crop of antique dealers. Here’s a look inside.
Photography by Alexander Papakonstadinou, courtesy of Quiet Studios.
‘O ver is located at 44-46 Southwark St. in London.
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