Byron Bay: just the name conjures so much. Everyone has a Byron memory fuelling a rose-tinted ideal of chucking it all in and moving to the coast. Enter Pixie, the new restaurant designed by Flack Studio.
A new rooftop bar and restaurant designed by Mitchell & Eades has opened in Melbourne and is set to change the hospitality scene of South Yarra. High in the sky, Beverly is beautifully designed and the place to go for fine cuisine and divine cocktails, not to mention the best bird’s eye view of Melbourne.
Make Architects has completed work on an iconic sandstone building in Sydney’s CBD. With light heritage touches and an emphasis on public connection, Capella Sydney is a new hotel filled with architectural grace.
Hospitality experts Hogg and Lamb has done it again. With generous and playful ceiling heights alongside fine materials, the Sound Garden awaits.
A grand stage demands a grand performance and the interior architecture at The Charles Grand Brasserie and Bar lives up to its surroundings at 66 King Street. With multiple hospitality functions offset against music venue TIVA down below, these elegant spaces contain more than a hint of Old World decadence.
A Japanese restaurant experience like no other: Kelly Ross has delved into Japanese folklore to respond to the incredible cuisine of hatted chef Nobuyuki Ura.
As publicans, ARK Group understood the role of the country or corner pub and its value within a township. Working with Woods Bagot, a new venue has found life in the building’s heritage.
Le Coq Wine & Bistro, Taikooli by RooMoo offers a twist on the usual restaurant and bar experience. Visitors to the Shanghai venue can explore the process of wine production through a reinterpreted spatial design.
Les Morilles in Beijing is a must if you’re passing through that famed city. The interior is pared back but not austere and colour has been used to supreme effect.
With a brief centring on the three tenets of comfort, conscience and community, Hogg & Lamb has designed an elegant space for drinking and dining in Brisbane.
A new hospitality destination in China is taking design to the next level. Not only is there excellent food at this hot pot restaurant but the interior architecture is in a league of its own.