Studio TooGood
via The World of Interiors, current issue.
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"The Hatch is an installation/pop-up eatery at the Dock designed by Studio TooGood and conceptual food designers Arabeschi di Latte. The d├ęcor pops: colourful giant building blocks covered in Formica are inspired by 20th-century art and architecture. Visitors sit on and among these sculptural elements and can also build with smaller scale blocks. The egg-themed food bar also has an element of interactivity, as diners choose from a selection of egg-based dishes and are given a "kit" with which to prepare it."

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"Studio Toogood designs, directs and executes interiors and environments from concept through to creation. Offering event, interior and exhibition design as well as styling and set design for the interior and fashion industries, the Studio’s projects range from the two-dimensional page to the three-dimensional space, and from the real to the conceptual.

Under the creative direction of London-based interior stylist Faye Toogood, the Studio collaborates with clients who seek alternative ways of developing their brand. Its distinctive approach disregards convention in favour of something altogether more brave, joyous and impulsive. The members of the Studio are able to draw on a wide range of talents and diverse backgrounds, including fine art, history of art, curation and interior design."