A designer bar for Sydney’s International Terminal.
March 1st, 2010
Housed at Sydney airport’s International Terminal, the Imbibe Bar is the latest project completed by Design Hub.
As part of the redevelopment of the Airport, the design bar leaves an enduring reminder of Sydney on traveller’s minds with its free-flowing forms.
Fabricated and installed by Design Hub, the curved Corian solid surface bar designed by Wayne Finschi Concept Design.
The entire project was computer generated, precision-cut and installed as a seamless continuous surface.
The heat moulded – thermoformed bar was shaped and sculpted as a single surface with no visible joints and lends an elegant fluidity to the bar’s focal point.
Design Hub are certified fabricators for Hi-Mac’s, Corian, Staron & Laminex Freestyle and offer a diverse service, specialising in the manufacture and supply of furniture items and solid surface joinery works.
Design Hub have completed projects ranging from hospitality to corporate fit-out works with the capability of being able to project manage completed projects.
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