Six Degrees architects create an inviting interior for the Melbourne hotspot.
September 1st, 2010
The fit-out of this inner-city bar by Six Degrees blended the historic with the modern.
Richmond’s Royal Saxon House, like so much of inner-city Melbourne, melds a historic setting with clean modern lines and black ironwork.
The elegant makeover is the brainchild of Six Degrees architects, who embarked on a groundbreaking renovation of this popular Melbourne nightspot.
“I wanted to give people a quality everyday experience at The Royal Saxon and we achieve this by offering various dining and imbibing moods under one roof,” says Paul Olynyk, Owner of The Royal Saxon.
Attention to detail sets the Royal Saxon apart, with wonderful parquetry tables, stained glass windows and use of timber cladding and ceiling panels.
INDESIGN is on instagram
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
A comprehensive survey conducted by Iva Durakovic (UNSW), Lisa Munao, Head of Workplace Design and Innovation (Davenport Campbell) and Kathryn Marshall (Davenport Campbell) questioning Australians on workplaces changes since COVID-19 has given us a great deal of insight into what the workplace might look like moving forward.