In Melbourne, Architects EAT has converted a shopping centre tenancy into a two-sided spot for destination dining.
Art deco-influenced new architecture near the top of New Zealand’s tallest building.
A temporary restaurant, based in a historical pier building, right at the heart of the America’s Cup zone in San Fransisco.
Taking ‘mixed use’ to new extremes, this bar and restaurant is also a fully functioning custom motorcycle workshop.
This restaurant’s visual aesthetic, devised by architects Noel Lane and Tom Rowe, is based on dichotomy.
Tommy Honey takes a history lesson down at Auckland’s converted cinema complex.