Hospitality Design

  • Best of est | Hospitality Venues to Visit in 2022

    We’re taking a closer look at five new and noteworthy hospitality venues that will delight more than just your tastebuds.

  • Genovese Coffee House by Alexander & Co.

    Harbord Hotel by Alexander & Co. offers a unique hospitality experience on one of Sydney’s most renowned surf beaches.

  • A New Home For Entrecôte in Melbourne’s Prahran

    Melbourne’s beloved Parisian eatery, Entrecôte, bids farewell to its historic post in South Yarra and reestablishes itself in Prahran.

  • Harbord Hotel by Alexander & Co.

    Harbord Hotel by Alexander & Co. offers a unique hospitality experience on one of Sydney’s most renowned surf beaches.

  • Budapest Cafe by Biasol

    We’re off to Carlton’s newest cafe and eatery designed by Biasol, inspired by Wes Anderson’s Academy Award-winning film, The Grand Budapest Hotel.

  • Bicycle Thieves by Pierce Widera

    Located in Melbourne’s eastern suburb of Northcote, Bicycle Thieves by Pierce Widera is an eatery that pays homage to its Italian namesake.

  • Nine Yards Eatery by Golden

    Melbourne-based interior design studio Golden convert a former stable into an Australian-inspired eatery in the heart of South Melbourne.

  • Best of est 2019 | Hospitality Spaces

    Australia is spoilt for choice when it comes to our fine hospitality offering. So much so, we’ve collated our six favourite hospitality spots in 2019.

  • Blacksmith Provedore by The Stella Collective

    Experience The Stella Collective’s latest bar and eatery Blacksmith Provedore, located in regional NSW’s Lake Mulwala.

  • Via Porta Eatery and Deli by Studio Esteta

    Experience Melbourne’s latest culinary treat, Via Porta Eatery and Deli by Studio Esteta; the fruit of four siblings and their proud Italian heritage.

  • Sisterhood by Biasol

    We explore the exciting new coastal tropical Sisterhood restaurant by Biasol in Sandy Bay, adding to Hobart’s ever-evolving feast of quality eateries.

  • Bentwood Cafe by Ritz & Ghougassian

    Friends successfully team up to bring Bentwood Cafe to life, by drawing on the rich history and materiality of its landmark building.

  • Many Little by Hecker Guthrie

    Designed by Melbourne’s multi-disciplinary big leagues Hecker Guthrie, Many Little bistro and bar on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula present us with yet another reason to visit Red Hill.

  • Opa by Vered Kadouri and Craft and Bloom

    Set in the ramshackle laneways of Tel Aviv’s Levinsky market, Opa has carved its own corner of fine dining which puts plant-based food in the spotlight.

  • Noma Restaurant

    Noma Restaurant 2.0 highlights how thought-provoking design and an exceptional culinary craft can create the ultimate sensory experience.

  • Noelle in Nashville

    With the opening of this re-imagined 1930s hotel located in a historic precinct, there is no better time to visit Nashville.

  • Iki Jime

    The former Bistro Vue venue in Melbourne’s CBD has reemerged as sustainable seafood eatery designed by Projects of Imagination.

  • Interview: Melbourne Interior Directors of SJB

    We speak to SJB’s Ljiljana Gazevic, Andrew Parr and Leo Terrando, on their signature luxurious projects and collaboration process.