Hotel - 20 March 2013

BACK IN FASHION

The Como Melbourne 630 Chapel Street, South Yarra VIC or www.mgallery.com/como The Como has always held a special place in the heart of Melbourne. Well before the Art Series Hotels launched, The Como recognised that not all the hotel action was in the CBD. Sitting atop Melbourne’s Chapel Street fashion mile, the Como has always

Restaurant - 20 March 2013

THE BOURBON FIRES UP

The Bourbon: 22 Darlinghurst Rd, Potts Point NSW (02) 9035 8888 or www.thebourbon.com.au Along with pricing, ambience and accessibility, Cheung is hoping it will capture the discerning demographic around Potts Point. Creating the ambience to do so, was Kelly’s job. Kelly has a sophisticated understanding of how hospitality design works. “The defining factor in hospitality

Goods - 13 February 2013

Aëon Tajine

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

Casino - 5 November 2012

CROWN PERTH

It was only September when Crown Perth officially entered the world, superseding the older Burswood Entertainment Complex, but what a few months it’s been. The casino floor was substantially expanded, and the opening of a plethora of restaurants and bars as part of the Crown complex has heralded a change in the hospitality landscape of

Restaurant - 2 June 2011

ST ALI DESCENDS UPON UK

St Ali London: 27 Clerkenwell Road, London The Melbourne-based roaster and café owned by impresario Salvatore Malatesta, is going worldwide. To ensure the quality coffee keeps flowing, St Ali has imported the UK’s first Slayer espresso machine, is importing and roasting its own beans and is developing a Barista Certification Programme to educate and test