Revisiting the much-loved Bondi Pavilion as a destination befitting the picturesque sweep of Bondi Beach, The Stella Collective has taken a sophisticated European approach to present Promenade Bondi.
Crazy paving and bright yellow umbrellas: Sunshine is a bright spot on James Street in Fortitude Valley. Hogg & Lamb has executed the design, channeling a Mediterranean vibe to match its vegetarian fare.
Drawing inspiration from the beauty of the plum blossom, Hot Design Folks unveils a contemporary vision of Chinese haute cuisine restaurant MUME in Moscow City.
Along with the food, recycled timber shingles, bamboo and reclaimed bricks rendered in eye-catching ways are the highlight in these three pizza joints.
The restaurant’s exquisite interiors pay homage to the city’s magnificent surroundings while staying true to its Hong Kong’s roots.
Kate Ockwell, interior design associate at Plus Architecture, comments on the four ideas hoteliers, restaurateurs and their interior designers should be considering when designing their spaces.
Stepping into the space vacated by Toko in the midst of Surry Hill’s dining district, Armorica is perfectly tuned to the changing face of this perennially hip destination.
In a project defined by bold juxtapositions in terms of lighting, finishes and materials, Technē has created new layers of experience for Lucy Liu restaurant in central Melbourne. Building on the original restaurant fit-out by March Studio, the redesign involved reconfiguring office spaces in order to provide a new private dining room area.
Ostensibly Redfern’s local Chinese restaurant, Redbird is the new offering in this trendy and food-filled corner of Sydney. It’s a sumptuous interior design job that makes this hospitality venue all the more tempting.
Wilma Wu Design Studio creates an elegant yet welcoming restaurant where the owner’s private collection of Hermès wallpaper and tableware takes centrestage.
Studio Dangg distills elements that define a quintessential Japanese izakaya for new restaurant Akachōchin, transporting diners to the back alleys of Japan.
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.