Caviar Kaspia is a Paris institution, founded in the capital in 1927 and now with restaurants in major cities, including London, New York and São Paulo. For its new London members club venture, Caviar Kaspia has taken over a Mayfair townhouse and used all the colours and patterns at its disposal to create a rich and immersive home-from-home for guests.
Portuguese studio Oitoemponto led the maximalist interiors, which they describe as bringing ‘a very French art de vivre to London’. The designers didn’t hold back on their material choices, using plenty of silk and velvet and decking floors and walls in patterned coverings.
Artwork is drawn from across the world in an effort to echo caviar’s own ‘story of travelling’, as well as various different time periods. Low lighting and flashes of jewel tones only add to the theatricality of the experience.
Each floor of the townhouse serves its own purpose, from the street-level cocktail bar to the first-floor dining room and second-floor lounge. Members can order Caviar Kaspia’s classic baked potato and caviar dish or branch out to Dover Sole, lobster or fillet of beef.