Blog/At Home With Entrepreneur Patrick Drake

Dining table made from reclaimed timber scaffolding boards.

Scaffold boards from a local building site on top of a simple trestle frame form the dining table.

 

The co-founder of food subscription service HelloFresh, internationally renowned 60-Second Chef Patrick Drake, lives in an open-plan loft in London’s fashionable Shoreditch. Just a stone’s throw away are the HelloFresh headquarters, where his love of warehouse living has also influenced the decor. We take a seat at the chef’s table to find out more. (Above and below) Scaffold boards from a local building site on top of a simple trestle frame form the dining table, with old school chairs and an industrial lamp further adding to the character of the space. A chance encounter with a photographer-graffiti artist led to the commission of these framed urban style portraits.

Photography by Debbie Bragg.

patrick drake cofounder of hellofresh lives in an open plan warehouse conversion

Internationally renowned 60-Second Chef Patrick Drake, lives in an open-plan loft in London’s fashionable Shoreditch.

 

Vintage wooden drawers and spice rack.

A charming set of wooden drawers are used to file recipe ideas and sit beneath a rustic spice rack.

 

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