History comes alive through the eclectic Bronte designed by Design Research Studio under the creative direction of renowned Tom Dixon.
Design Research Studio (DRS) under the creative direction of the highly talented Tom Dixon has clearly changed the paradigms as far as aligning design to its environment is concerned. The project clearly substantiates the need of design to be more lively and interactive with the community around it.
Located on the Strand overlooking Trafalgar Square, it is a feast for the eyes. Inspired by the rich and textured history of the Strand, Victorian explorers, extraordinary collectors and Cabinet of Curiosities Bronte is DRS’s first standalone restaurant since Eclectic in Paris.
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