Dering Hall recently visited the new home of Brooklyn's Michelin-starred restaurant Saul at the Brooklyn Museum. When it was time to relocate from its longtime space on Smith Street, head chef and owner Saul Bolton knew exactly who he wanted to design the new interior and its furnishings: Red Hook-based firm UHURU Design. The studio's innovative yet welcoming aesthetic and distinctly Brooklyn style, honed over ten years in the borough, made it the perfect partner for a restaurant that pioneered the Brooklyn dining scene 14 years ago.
UHURU's design for Saul is centered around two large murals hanging on the restaurant's main wall, and everything--from a custom wine rack with UHURU's unique metal finishing technique to a large center communal table made of white Carrera marble and English elm--gives the restaurant an air of relaxed refinement. Explore the new space below.
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