Henry Chebaane Eden Garden dining pavilion
Eden Garden dining pavilion is Bronze Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
Eden Garden dining pavilion

Created in collaboration with Perrier-Jouet Champagne, Eden is a garden pavilion, inside a Victorian pub from 1870, on the Kings road, in the heart of Chelsea. The pavilion contains a dining table for 14 people inside an art installation called born of flower: a canopy of 300 hand-painted butterflies making a large chandelier symbolising a vineyard in flowering season. Surrounding the pavilion is a range of plants chosen for look, scent and relevance to food, drinks and history, referencing the pub age and location in Chelsea, and Art Nouveau style of Perrier-Jouet brand identity.

Eden Garden dining pavilion
Henry Chebaane Eden
Henry Chebaane Garden dining pavilion
Henry Chebaane design
Henry Chebaane design
Henry Chebaane

Creative Director and Brand Strategist for a multi-disciplinary design studio specialised in the creation and development of hotel, retail, restaurants, bars, clubs and leisure branded concepts. Working for a number of international hospitality and retail operators, investors and developers to maximise tangible and commercial assets on a local, regional and global basis. A holistic work process enables the creation of successful products and concepts from unique brand identity and positioning, memorable interior architecture, furniture design, art production, immersive stage & lighting scenography and distinctive marketing opportunities. Discretion, dedication and humility allow the Blue Sky team to operate with one single focus: exemplary care for clients and their stakeholders.

Blue Sky Hospitality

Blue Sky Hospitality is an experiential design studio specialised in creating brands, products, spaces and emotions for client worldwide. This project was a collaboration with Champagne house Perrier-Jouet for the creation, design and curation of a dining pavillion in Chelsea, London. The pavilion is located in the garden of The Imperial, a Victorian pub built in 1870.