The British artist Martin Creed has designed the interior of a dining room at London restaurant Sketch. The former Turner Prize winner has created a space which aims to be part exhibition, part artwork and part restaurant. As in all of his work, Creed here explores the limits of art and functionality, with the floor, walls and furniture all created as new artwork. Every single piece of glassware, lamp, chair and table is distinctly unique, while paintings by Creed hang from the walls.
The first in a series of artist conceived dining rooms at the venue, the project seeks to blur the lines between art, food, design and functionality.
For more information on Martin Creed at Sketch please visit the restaurant’s site.
Robert Monk March 26th, 2012
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