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

Café - 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

Restaurant - 27 November 2012

YALUMBA’S NEW DINING ROOM

Yalumba Winery Eden Valley Rd, Angaston SA 5353 (08) 8561 3200 or www.yalumba.com   Yalumba commissioned Grieve Gillett to design a flagship dining and wine tasting area. It is housed in the original heritage-listed Administration Building at Angaston. The design involved the renovation of the subterranean “Signature Cellar” and the conversion of underground concrete wine tanks into private

Bar - 13 July 2012

SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW

Guerrilla Bar 207 Glebe Pt Rd, Glebe NSW 2037 (02) 8957 0652   Situated in a semi-detached heritage building in Glebe, Interior Arc’s overall design concept behind Guerrilla bar was to bring back the historical significance of its architecture, while meeting the expectations of a contemporary wine bar in Sydney’s Inner West. The ground floor

Hotel - 13 May 2012

NEW LUXURY FOR HOBART

Grand Mercure Hobart Central Apartments 34 Murray St, Hobart TAS 7000 (03) 6223 4355 or www.accorhotels.com   The 1834 National Trust-listed Hadleys Hotel has brought together two centuries of hospitality with the opening of Tasmania’s biggest multipurpose hotel development with a multimillion dollar extension. Hadleys Hotel has played an integral part in Tasmanian and Australian history, playing

Café - 15 September 2007

Cafe Carpet

Brisbane’s only 24-hour restaurant, Cafe 21, has been transformed into a modern, stylish eatery that caters for a wide range of tastes. The $1m refurbishment is a perfect example of how a heritage-listed building can be adapted to suit modern requirements without spoiling the original ambience. The dramatic red and black décor, white Laminex tables