The Mayfair restaurant invited the florists to develop bold installations that showcase their skills at the event, which Sketch has labelled the Mayfair Flower Show in reference to the famous horticultural show taking place concurrently in Chelsea.
Each installation celebrates the British countryside, so only plants found in the UK were used, including birch, roses, foxgloves and lily of the valley.
“This flower show is what Sketch is about; bringing together creative minds with different styles under the same roof,” the restaurant’s founder and owner Mourad Mazouz told Dezeen.
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