London’s Greek Street Cafe features a whimsical interior that is located inside its founder’s design studio and gallery space. Marc Peridis has designed and launched the cafe that breathes new life into abandoned objects.
These found objects are carefully curated and displayed within the eatery that also boasts doodle-infused wall decals. The multi-functional space has been open since 2012 and offers an update of classic cakes and organic English teas.
These scrumptious snacks can be enjoyed on the furniture that is on display within the gallery. Past pieces include “seats by Nina Tolstrup made from obsolete chairs, a coffee table by Richard Hutten composed of old books, and an installation made with black thread and wool by Andrea Mancuso and Emilia Serra.”