melbourne cafes photo blog
We love our laneways here in Melbourne. There is nothing quite like stumbling upon an unexpected cafe down a laneway- and the danker and darker the better. There are many laneway cafes worth mentioning in Melbourne, but here I will highlight a few that deserve their moment in the spotlight: 1. Vertue of the Coffee Drink Recently opened in Carlton The Vertue of the Coffee Drink ticks all the boxes - it is well hidden down a back laneway, the food, coffee, architecture are all stunning and…
Enjoy year-round Oktoberfest revelry at Melbourne's new South Wharf beer hall, Munich Brauhaus...
enjoy year-round Oktoberfest revelry at Melbourne's South Wharf beer hall
A Mexican Restaurant with a Colorful, Modern Twist
A brand new Mexican restaurant in Melbourne, Australia needed some colorful and bold colors and creative layouts to make an inviting and successful space.
Innovative team bring Spain to life in one of Melbourne's bleakest settings...
Docklands: admittedly not one to roll off the tongue for Melbourne’s culinary hotspots. In fact, they are not much of a hotspot. Period. High rise offices and soulless apartment blocks make for a breeding ground …
Greenhouse: a waste-free restaurant in Melbourne
Greenhouse by Joost is clearly a project we love, having featured it in a few different ways in the past. But when this brilliant, sustainable, waste-free
Prix Fixe Melbourne Restaurant by Fiona Lynch | Yellowtrace.
Prix Fixe by Fiona Lynch is Australia’s first ticketed restaurant. The design embraces the sense of theatre and celebrates a return to glamorous dining.
Yellowtrace Spotlight: Australian Design News // May 2014.
May 2014 edition of Australian Design News featuring exciting new projects, furniture, lighting and amazing new products and collaborations.
Drinking And Dining Inside Concrete-Pipes At The Prahran Hotel In Melbourne, Australia | Yatzer
Using concrete pipes to create multi-level booth seating, the Prahran Hotel by Techné Architects in Melbourne, Australia, is a pub that offers its patrons the chance to sit snugly right inside its façade.