Art is at the heart of the building, with The Audley acting as a showcase for extraordinary and important works alongside specially commissioned site-specific art interventions created by Hauser & Wirth’s roster of globally celebrated artists. This includes Phyllida Barlow in The Audley Public House, Rashid Johnson in Mount St. Restaurant and Anj Smith in the Games Room turret.

Art & design continue to integrate throughout the space, from the table lamps to the dining chairs, cabinets to chandeliers.

Rashid Johnson (b. 1977)

“Broken Floor”, 2022
Mount St. Restaurant floor

American artist Rashid Johnson has transformed the floor of Mount Street Restaurant into an enveloping site-specific commission, made of exquisite shades of Palladian marble, that allows guests the opportunity to experience an artwork differently – they are able to dine on it, walk on it and dance on it!  The design for the mosaic, titled ‘Broken Floor’, was inspired by his ‘Broken Men’ series, which deconstructs images into fragmented pieces. These works reflect on the current discourse of the human condition, how we are exposed, where we fit into society and gender bias, but they also offer a spiritual journey of how to fit these pieces back together and reconstruct ourselves.

A round table with glasses and napkins laid out

Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943)

Table Lamps

Continuing the integration of art and design throughout the restaurant, the table lamps are inspired by the iconic 1918 Powder Box by the late Davos-born Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp.


A salt and pepper dispensers on a table

Paul McCarthy (b. 1945)

Salt & Pepper Cruets

The salt and pepper cruets are inspired by American artist Paul McCarthy’s much-discussed ‘Tree’ (2014) sculpture.