From hyper-real run-ins to fragmented customer profiles, Russell & George “slams” typologies to design spaces that make you put down your phone.
In just 10 days’ time, when Indesign’s ‘Social Spaces’ issue launches, we’ll be taking you on an intimate tour of Society. Until that time, we’re here to give you a sneak peak of what’s to come.
Designed by Pattern Studio, No. 92 is a boutique restaurant and wine bar that offers an experience unlike anything else in the city and now, it’s back to re-tell its story to the ‘dine-in’ scene.
Japanese dining goes grungy at Hong Kong temakeria TMK, where Charlie & Rose took design inspiration from 1980s Japanese punk rock.
C.C. Babcoq is a playful and bold carvery and cocktail bar, with colour, pattern and personality inspired by its muse.
The cultural and culinary prowess of New York City and Chinese Tang Dynasty are fused together in Tang Hotpot, designed by New Practice Studio.
A Michelin star chef and a killer hospitality fit-out collide in the latest restaurant offering at JW Marriott’s Hanoi hotel. Behind the scenes, greymatters’ design worked with celebrity chef Akira Back to bring the mix of spaces alive.
The George on Collins has transformed from a predominantly weekend venue to a versatile space full of statement furniture pieces that act as works of art.
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.
Designed by Melissa Collison, Neil Perry’s newest Sydney restaurant is inspired by Italy’s illustrious Amalfi Coast.
Biasol has looked to Japanese craftsmanship and materiality to create a contemporary design inspired by Tokyo’s izakaya bars.
Studio Esteta’s design of Workshop Bros Glen Waverley will refresh your memories and challenge your perceptions of nostalgic Chinese eateries.
NOLA Smokehouse and Bar, designed by Luchetti Krelle, captures the exuberance of New Orleans with its charming and colourful architecture and laidback, lively atmosphere.
Atlas Dining is a new restaurant concept in Melbourne that has globally inspired cuisine served in a globe-inspired dining room.
The Surry Hill Hotel has undergone some serious changes recently, transforming itself into a one-off, trendy, hub. Words by Zachary Klein.