Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2015: Overall Winners


This year’s Restaurant & Bar Design Awards winners were announced last night. From the category winners, the judges also selected the best projects across UK and international entries. Then, finally, from these two ‘Best’ groups the ultimate prizes of ‘Best Overall Bar’ and ‘Best Overall Restaurant’ were announced. Below we present the winners from each of the ‘Best UK’, ‘Best International’ and ‘Best Overall’ groups.

Best UK Winners

Winner Best UK Restaurant 2015 – The Gallery at Sketch (London, UK) designed by India Mahdavi

the gallery sketch

Winner Best UK Bar 2015 – Dandelyan (London, UK) designed by Tom Doxon’s studio, Design Research Studio.


Best International Winners

Winner Best International Restaurant 2015 – The Jane (Belgium) designed by Studio Piet Boon


Winner Best International Bar 2015 – Archie Rose Distilling Co. (Australia) designed by Acme & Co.

archie rose

Best Overall Winners

Winner Best Overall Restaurant 2015 – The Jane (Belgium) Studio Piet Boon

The Jane 04
A transformation of a 19th century military hospital chapel, The Jane in Belgium is a contemporary three storey restaurant in line with the personality of Michelin-star chef Sergio Herman. Studio Piet Boon created a high-end 150-cover venue, with a multi-sensory experience, enabling guests to witness something beautiful wherever they turn, be it art, music, historical elements, an extraordinary design feature or the exquisite food. Five elevators ensure the smooth, invisible flow of guests, food and staff on each of the levels. Winner Best Overall Bar 2015

Winner Best Overall Bar 2015 – Dandelyan (London, UK) Design Research Studio


Design Research Studio have created a London cocktail bar that references the connection with the golden age of travel and the glamorous bars of transatlantic cruise liners. Dandelyan contains an iconic, solid green, marble bar along the length of the space. Dark green panels the walls and intimate seating groups all have dramatic views of the Thames. The long linear nature of the space was broken up by adding raised levels. To view each of the category
winners, you can visit the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards Winner’s page.

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