|||||||||||Afroditi Krassa (Image credit: Bernd Ott)|Suede, leather, brass, concrete and timber are used to reflect the local area’s dualities|An aluminium mesh curtain transforms the space from bright, open cafe to dark, moody bar|Hilton Tower Bridge’s 300sq m bar, TwoRuba – designed by Krassa and opened in 2014|Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant, located in Heathrow Terminal 2, opened in June 2014|Krassa’s design for Dishoom in Covent Garden is inspired by Irani cafes in Bombay|Krassa’s studio is behind the brand and retail design of Japanese-inspired food chain Itsu|The AKollection’s Pleat Mirror Panel echoes all the graphical glamour of the 1920s|Piano Tile, part of the AKollection, can be laid out in a variety of different formations|Krassa’s AKollection features art deco-inspired lighting, wall panels and tiles||
17 Dec 2014

Profile: Hilton’s heroine Afroditi Krassa

Words by Jenny Brewer

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