AN EVENING FULL OF RICH BRITISH HERITAGE, ARCHITECTURE, COLOUR AND SEASONAL FOOD WITH CO-FOUNDER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR, EMMA YOUNG.
A SUMMER EVENING AT PITZHANGER MANOR
As an old British brand which has been sensitively revived for the twenty-first century, it felt fitting to host the first Falcon Feast in the newly renovated and quintessentially British Pitzhanger Manor. Designed by Britain’s most renowned architect, Sir John Soane, the Manor was built as his country house for weekend and summer entertaining, fully equipped with a kitchen garden which is still functioning today.
Emma Young, Falcon’s Co-Founder and Creative Director, talks to us about how architecture, colour and light influenced this midsummer feast. Hear how the yellow stained glass in the conservatory inspired the creation of pineapple jelly, and see how Soane’s architecture played with the outdoor-indoor theme using an abundance of light and clever use of colour. With fresh seasonal salads served in our enamel salad bowls, the evening was a perfect mix of beautiful design, delicious food and good company.
Large Salad bowl
Deep Plate set
24cm Plate set
Oyster Grey Tumbler
Falcon Blue Tumbler
This Brunch Platter and Red Apple and Fennel Salad from Anna Barnett work beautifully together, especially when served using our new feasting salad bowls.