© Image courtesy of Sketch
The immensely historical significance of Sketch has been heightened due to its glorious history of the place as the home of Sketch was designed by James Wyatt in the year 1779 and previously it was the center of operation of the London Atelier of Christian Dior, formerly known as the Royal Institute of British Architects. With the continual process of the building heritage, Sketch has become as heritage destination while the architect geniuses involve in several experiments on design, architecture and art.
The site of Sketch consists of Lecture Room and Library, the Glade, the Gallery, the Parlour and the East Bar. Situated in the 9 Conduit Street in London, Sketch, a destination of food, music and art was inaugurated in 2002 by the famous master chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mourad Mazouz. The place has always come in focus by winning several awards due to its unparalleled ambience.
Now the place has been contributing in the Londoners’ world of art and design by hosting more than fifty exhibitions in the past decades on the moving image of the artists like Carsten Nicolai, Mary Ellen Bute, Michael Nyman, Charles & Ray Eames, David Shrigley and Martin Creed and many more who are also the part of its long term programme for the artist-designed gallery-restaurant.