VyTA restaurant in covent garden, west London, is a wonderland of colours and shapes designed to surprise, celebrate and entertain those looking for a happy and emotional world, designed by Italian and Roman designer Daniela Colli.
The first restaurant and cocktail bar at international level by VyTA is located in the East tower of Covent Garden market, the famous listed building grade II monument and heart of swinging London in the 1960s and it is part of a broader redevelopment programme that has transformed the neighbourhood from a tourist destination into a lively, upbeat corner of the city. Eclecticism and experimentation are the fundamental ingredients at VyTA: wooden walls and lacquered surfaces, inlays and friezes, glass and precious metals shape glamorous spaces wholeheartedly express unconventional Italian style.
The interior design draws heavily on the Italian architectural culture of the Sixties, from which it takes its refinement of the construction and decorative details, the conception of the space as a living set, and the cocktail of elegance and irony in its geometric style.
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