Chinking cups and the clatter of plates die down, papers folded and discarded, everyone journeying back back to their abode, staff having well earned rest after a busy day. A the sun goes down a calm descends and Yao managed to get over to Mote House and take some photographs when it was quiet, or should I say in “lull” before the restaurant opens. This building is 18th century built in the typical Georgian proportions, a wonderful space to work with
this latest project, a beautiful Georgian house completed last Friday. This has kept myself and the team at IDC extremely busy over these past months. Fabulous 18th and 19th Century oil paintings really make this space, beautiful gilt frames set against the grey walls. All the detailing, limestone floor, lighting, furniture, carpets, sculptures all carried out by us. Not only in this room, but in all the principal areas, Library, Morning Room, Bistro Bar, Restaurant and spa complex.
The image her was captured at midnight on the eve before the launch, what a feel of calm and quiet, its do difficult to believe that these past 3 weeks on site have been absolute mayhem. What a contrast !
More pictures tol follow soon