PJ’s Irish Pub
73 Church St, Parramatta 2150
(02) 9635 8811 or www.pjsparramatta.com.au
PJ’s has maintained tradition by keeping its Irish-style pub interior but has stayed contemporary through a multimillion-dollar refurbishment in mid-2012.Xcite Audio Visual were bought on board to supply a comprehensive and quality audio system, and turned to Jands. Xcite AV have installed a completely integrated system from the PA through to digital signage and DJ / performance rigs.
Paustian Spinal 44 Swivel Chair from Pago Designs
Paustian Spinal 44 Swivel Chair with castors is related to the Paustian Spinal Table series and is designed by the Danish designer and architect Paul Leroy.
The Spinal 44 Swivel is available with or without arm and in both leather or fabric upholstery with plain or channel stitching, providing an excellent solution for a meeting, conference or dining room chair.
The Spinal 44 Swivel chair is also available with sled base, swivel base with or without castors, or as bar stool.
· Dimensions: (W) 440/600mm x (D) 530mm x Height 800mm
· Seat height: 460mm
· Upholstery: Available in Fabric or Leather
· Optional Arm Rest
· Warranty: 5 years
The Discgo Charger
The Discgo is a charging system that is designed for cafes, restaurants, venues and bars that allows patrons to move within the venue while giving your phone a much-needed charge.
Discgo chargers can be placed in any environment, with a small rental fee from the venue on a monthly basis. The venue utilizes the DISCGO Charger as an add-on service to their customers to attract and retain their business.
“Competition is stiff and any opportunity we can give to differentiate ourselves from our competitors we’ll take,” says Paul Schulte of the Keystone Group. “We give them to our clientele because we know that while they’re recharging their phones with a Discgo charger they will be comfortable in our environment, and won’t look to move on to another one of twenty-odd bars and restaurants within the precincts we are situated.”
Jones The Grocer
Westfield Sydney CBD, Pitt St Sydney
Point of View‘s lighting designs are on display at Jones The Grocer’s new flagship store at the Westfield shopping mall in Sydney.
The concept food emporium offers gourmet breakfast-to-dinner dining alongside the retail of luxury foods. The lighting by POV seeks to brings alive each area and its specific function.
Established sixteen years ago in 1996 in Woollahra, the Jones The Grocer brand now has 18 outlets in UAE, Qatar, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
The design and concept is by Landini Associates, Design and Brand Consultants.
These fine specimens are Butter Chairs.
Butter Chair is the first chair to be released by DesignByThem and is a new addition to the Butter Range of recycled furniture. Whilst consistent with the Butter range, designers Nicholas Karlovasitis and Sarah Gibson have explored new and playful relationships with its form and colour choice.
“We set out to create a back detail that complemented the original Butter Stool design. What resulted – was a robust and unique form that allows customers to mix and match the back and seat colour,” says Sarah.
Made from 100% recycled content, the Butter Range of furniture has been popular due to its range of bright colours (yellow, orange, red, blue, grey, green, white and beige), longevity, and ability to be used indoors and out.
Photo credits: Pete Daly
Mon Komo Hotel
99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe QLD 4020
(07) 3284 6520 or www.monkomohotel.com.au
The new Mon Komo hotel, restaurant and apartment complex lies just outside of Brisbane. It’s a combination of textures drawn from the surrounding beachside environment.
Down in the main restaurant, huge rope sculptures line the ceiling and divide the space into its different sections. Satelight was engaged to produce lighting for the convention foyers, which involved creating 3-metre-diameter light fittings. Also incorporated into the nautical theme were Weaver pendant lights suspended above the stairwell, which were customised into the larger size. These fittings are the work of a Macrame artist who uses traditional craft techniques.
Made from durable Indian rosewood and steel, the Craftsman Dry Bar is a solid and option for hospitality use. The grainy, knotty features of the timber create an organic and industrial look that belies the strength that makes this furniture so well suited for commercial use. The Craftsman is proving to be a popular product of choice for venues, hotels, pubs, and architects and designers alike.
If you have ever experienced Moroccan dining, then you are likely to have encountered the distinctive earthenware dish, known as the Tagine. Reflecting the traditional cooking pot, the lamp shade design is made from a two part spun aluminium form. The light fitting is available in single or dual colour options. The Tajine lighting design has both a wide and tall option and is a great fitting to light the next restaurant, bar or break-out area.
Satelight: (03) 9399 5805 or email@example.com
The 1912 blocks of the trendy Nanjing, China are draped in both history and modern extravagance. The year 1912 is known as one of the most bustling and prosperous periods in the history of Nanjing and the district wears nostalgia in its architecture and layout. Built around the Presidential Palace, the commercial buildings still carry characteristics of the Republic of China over a century later.
Club Enzo is the latest addition to the popular strip and this new 9500ft² (875 sq.m²) club is considered the flagship venue of the Nanjing Trendsetter Entertainment Management Co., Ltd brand. The club was designed with high-calibre dance music in mind. Adamson products were chosen and installed as a distributed system.