Plus Architecture’s interiors division reinvents St Kilda Road eatery.
January 17th, 2011
Project Team: Plus Interiors
Location: Melbourne, VIC
Type of Development: Hospitality
St Kilda’s Cafe Rosco has received a contemporary facelift from the interiors division of Plus Architecture.
Charcoal tones and horizontal timber wall cladding create a warm, rustic atmosphere.
The space was redesigned while keeping the strengths of the existing features in mind, such as stripping the white paint on the back wall cladding and adding a subtle varnish to bring out the warmth of the natural timber.
A white and black graphic was projected onto the wall and painted on as a cost-effective alternative to wallpaper.
“This project is an excellent example of a fit-out reflecting the relaxed feel of a Melbourne restaurant blended with the vibrancy of the cafe’s owners,” said Interior Design Leader Michael Edwards.
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