Studio Loopcreative designed the interiors for an impressive 120 seat restaurant and bar in Melbourne, Australia, entitled SHED 5. The new gathering space has a friendly feel, encouraging socializing in an unconventional space.
SHED 5 Restaurant in Melbourne is the result of the renovation of a 19th century heritage listed dock and wool store on the waterfront. Some industrial elements were preserved, giving the place a genuine touch. Here is more from the designers: “The SHED 5 aesthetic is predominately steel and timber with a feature tile wall and an old school neon sign at the front door. There is a four tonne steel rolled and riveted banquette along with a two tonne folded steel bar and an industrial scaled tiled feature wall with a underground railway nod. The lights were reclaimed from an English train station and they used cast steel table bases by Tom Dixon over American oak table tops”. The building’s heritage is noticeable in every corner of the restaurant, which ensures a unique identity.
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