A bright colour scheme and open space are integral to this relaxed venue in Richmond, south-west London.
The pub uses three tricks to give it a bright and European feel: full-length glass doors to let in natural sunlight; white and pale walls that reflect this light; and high ceilings that give the light plenty of space to fill.
The high ceilings are also a key part of No 1 Duke Street’s open space. It is not sparsely furnished by any stretch of the imagination, but it is very open because of the size of the space. Aside from half a dozen low-key bar stools tucked away, furniture is generally kept to the peripheries. As a result, the bar benefits from its large space to great effect.