Bistecca by Tom Mark Henry layers on history and rusticity to create a fully immersive diner experience in Sydney.
Architects, designers, and their hospitality savvy clients are well aware that the interior architecture of a cafe, restaurant, wine bar or cake shop can take patrons to the next level of brand experience.
“As designers, we need to design like we give a damn. I believe design can help communities on a global scale,” says Hana Hakim of The Stella Collective.
Brewing in Bali, Full Circle by X+O brings Ubud’s tropical surrounds into the interior design of a local café to create a modern vibe with local storytelling and a relaxed atmosphere.
Sometimes, it’s all in a name. Pinkie, the latest project by award-winning, full-service design studio Biasol, draws a little bit from the Memphis design movement, and a lot from the colour pink.
Japan’s Jingshan Hotel removes the artifice from architecture. Instead of elevating the building itself, Continuation Studio contrived an architectural disappearing act that brings visitors face-to-face with nature.
Nestled in the cinematic urban landscape of Chengdu, China, is a blockbuster destination with whimsical character and international appeal. The Budapest Café is inspired by Director Wes Anderson’s distinctive visual style and Melbourne’s signature café culture.
Wilson & Market is the new flagship restaurant located at the Prahran Market. The eatery includes a ‘hole-in-the wall’ take-away window, a café that extends into the market square and a brasserie and bar with an entrance off Commercial Road – a reimagined model of a highly traditional format.