Circus act: Diners are the entertainment at new restaurant

07.03.2010 Design : Chandelier : Cuisine

London – Diners take centre stage at the new Circus restaurant in Covent Garden.

The restaurant, created by Tom Dixon, takes its design cues from the Surrealist art movement, and places diners amongst burlesque performances and drag acts. The designer’s ‘Tall Chairs’, as well as 20th century design classics such as Artek’s ‘Golen Bell’ lightshade and a Verner Panton ‘Shell’ chandelier, surround the main dining table. Budding performers amongst the diners can also use the bespoke dancers’ pole in the lounge.

Circus demonstrates the innovative ways of engaging consumers that we explore in our Dreamtelligence trend report.

Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London
Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London
Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London
Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London Circus Bar by Tom Dixon, London
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