This name of this restaurant which was situated in the basement of a 300 year old protected Georgian building reflected our Clients eclectic heritage and cosmopolitan past. The décor was inspired by flea markets of Buenos Aires, famous for well-travelled antiques and artefacts with intriguing history. Furniture, ironmongery, delft and accessories were sourced from antique rooms, auction houses and second hand sellers. Working closely with our Clients, we designed these items into food presentation and table settings. With our creative direction, graphic designer Ronan Devlin developed the graphics which translated to menus, website, business cards and two large vertical banners outside of the building.