Kings Road. An iconic hub filled with the hustle and bustle of London alongside quaint streets overflowing with quintessential British history and culture. Perusing this road and its surroundings, one is witness to stark differences in design and architecture. From the traditional Chelsea build to the Saatchi Gallery, Kings Road is forever evolving and changing.
Enter the Humble Cafe.
The re-imagination of a vibrant pink Formica Cafe, Child Studios have perfectly executed a stunning project that not only offers plant based vegan pizza, but a striking pink setting to indulge in whilst you enjoy a guilt free meal.
How this impressive project was pulled off? The facade was striped back revealing the original bones of the structure; ornate cast iron grilles, a long narrow floor and large bay windows was the allotted space provided for the creative studio. Installed were light capturing cherry-clad light boxes, large banquette seat flanking, wide store front windows and rich wooden rimmed pink tables resulting in a humble space for those looking to grab a cold beverage and maybe a salad.
The candy-pink eatery is also design-led, featuring lighting pieces from Poul Henningsen, Jacques Biny and Luigi Massoni. The space has been thoughtfully styled and designed to exude a quirky, atmospheric vibe - we love it!
Humble Pizza: humblepizza.co.uk
Child Studio: childstudio.co