London’s Sketch restaurant has been transformed into a blooming oasis for its annual floricultural show, which sees its dining rooms and bars reimagined as gardens.
Six installations have taken root in the David Shrigley-designed Mayfair space, with pieces by Belgian florist Thierry Boutemy as well as London’s Rebel Rebel, JamJar, Figa & Co, Carly Rogers Flowers and Ricky Paul Flowers.
Rebel Rebel has recreated scenes from Old Masters’s paintings on the building’s facade – albeit with a floral twist. Inside, the Champagne Salon has been turned into an enchanted glade by Thierry Boutemy, complete with grassy carpet and a brightly-coloured weeping tree as the centrepiece.
Even the London restaurant’s much-instagramed toilet pods have been given a bucolic twist courtesy of Carly Rogers and Insley & Nash, who’ve installed drooping fabrics across its stained glass roof and planted a verdant island of flowers in the space.
The floriculture show runs at Sketch until 27 May, ahead of the Chelsea Flower Show next week.