Projects | In Montréal, a co-working office space and hospitality venue receive a stunning and somewhat disruptive interior treatment.
Projects | A collection of whimsical knick-knacks casts a colourful spell on Wellington’s Seashore Cabaret.
Projects | Camille Khouri ventures to Waiheke Island’s newest winery, Tantalus Estate, and discovers sensory surprises galore.
Projects | A new Auckland eatery with its heart in an Italian market and an alternative way of doing things.
Awards | A Cheshire Architects project has been highly commended in the Restaurant Design category of the 2016 Eat Drink Design Awards.
Projects | As Federico Monsalve finds out, Wellington’s new Sofitel accomplishes domesticity through variety and texture.
Projects | Auckland’s city fringe has never looked brighter, with a new vibrant orange multi-use residential building by CCCA.
Projects | In Melbourne, Architects EAT has converted a shopping centre tenancy into a two-sided spot for destination dining.
Projects | ArtWok’s new fit-out encompasses ideas of street dining with the colours of Asian spices in a contemporary setting.
Projects | Designer Allistar Cox has created an inward-facing ‘lost garden’ extension for Auckland brewery and restaurant Hallertau.
Projects | Eclectic interior design and a clever mix of retail and hospitality offerings make this an oasis in the heart of Buenos Aires.
Review | Retail futurist Howard Saunders says that retail businesses need to understand what customers are really looking for.
Projects | Auckland’s version of an iconic, 52-year-old hospitality spot in Wellington pays well-informed homage to its predecessor.
Projects | Abundant greenery, vibrant colour and organic shapes conjure up a lush oasis in the middle of Auckland’s CBD.
Awards | The shortlist for the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards has been revealed, celebrating the best of Australasia’s hospitality design.
News | Pennant & Triumph, BMD and Vicki Taylor are the creative masterminds behind the refit of The Shelter’s in-store café.
Review | A glimpse inside the Supreme Supreme café space, with highlights from Coffee Supreme’s hospitality aesthetic.
Projects | Concrete walls, taxidermy, collected objects, pops of colour – and, of course, great food – come together.
Projects | A 1970s’ photograph and a very personal approach to hospitality design has led to this eclectic inner-city oasis.
Projects | Surrounded by an awe-inspiring and ever-changing landscape, this retreat blends restraint and comfort into a wholesome mix.