Located within Selfridges - the iconic London department store on Oxford Street - Brasserie of Light is a new restaurant from Caprice Holdings.
Inspired by the concept of creating light, the restaurant features striking interiors that utilise the double-height glazing, flooding the restaurant floor in dazzling natural light. A huge, Swarovski-encrusted Pegasus, created by artist Damien Hirst dominates the restaurant as it is seen bursting out from above the bar, illuminating those who dine below.
Photography by James McDonald
Custom furniture by And Objects lend a vibrant touch to the space, with yellow and pink leather dining chairs coordinating perfectly with blue banquettes and a traditional wooden floor. A central bar is covered in antique mirror, ensuring every aspect of natural light is reflected off, lifting the ambience of the restaurant floor. Pink leather bar stools by And Objects offer guests a more casual option for dining - bar side - whilst a gold leaf ceiling ensures glamour is the dominant theme throughout.
A pink bathroom clad in pink onyx, mirror and eglomise panelling provides a glamorous powder room area.