This commercial property situated near Regent’s Park in London's Marylebone neighbourhood combines a Greek and British interior design. This Greek restaurant comprises a central spine which runs from the entrance to the back of the building, including a Kavala marble countertop surrounded by a dark blue steel frame.The long space is divided in two by a 20-centimetre change in floor height halfway along. Continuing the colour scheme, the dark blue elements span across the ceiling to the opposite wall, joining more shelving units that frame the large windows. The natural oak panelling covers the sides of the coffee bar and continues on the walls surrounding bench seating. The floor is made from terrazzo and the ceiling is painted pale blue, sustaining the colour interior design. A brass rail containing hidden up lighting encompasses the framework around the top. Additional seating is provided downstairs, where bathroom facilities and the kitchen are also located. The space is furnished with wood and leather pieces, including two versions of the oak Bar Stool One. The décor is light and accented by marbled floors, murals on the wall and a large bar area accompanied by stools for diners to be seated for a more relaxed experience.