Pressed Juices

Name: Pressed Juices
Location: South Yarra, Melbourne VIC
Design: Unknown

As the juice trend continues to expand throughout the world, I love seeing these shops & cafes step up their interior. Creating an environment that matches the product being sold is critical in the food industry today and Pressed Juices created a space fitting with their brand. 

The minimal color and material palate creates a calming and cohesive space. This use of simplicity allows the vibrant colors of their product to be front and center. 

The creative use of materials provides a large visual impact, adds extra storage and display space, and drives home the hand crafted and organic feel of their company. 

Photos © Booke Holm for Share Design

Rozzi's Italian Canteen

name: Rozzi's Italian Canteen
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Design: mim

Rozzi's is an italian eatery with a focus on fresh, modern cuisine. The interior of the space reflects the menu and features a modern, and vibrant interior. 

Utilizing a limited color and material palate allows the space to come together easily while the added typography and wording adds an additional creative element.
I love the use of concrete tiles to tie the yellow and grey through the space while the addition of bookcases adds a homey element emphasizing the desire for diners to feel at ease within the space. 

The use of subway tiles and wood all keeps the space on trend and hip but I love that they added a few new elements to make the space truly unique and fresh.

All images via mim design & yellowtrace

Kitchen at Weylandts

Name: The Kitchen at Weylandts
Location: South Africa

A prominent home furnishings store in South Africa, Weylandts has taken on a fun twist to in-store-dining. Located on the top floor of their shop, they have set up a restaurant focused on fresh, seasonal, and local ingredients that come together to create simple, thoughtful dishes. The space itself is bursting with unique details and evokes warmth and creativity. The space's simple palate creates an almost Scandinavian feel with the Louis ghost chairs adding a layer of airiness to the bright space.

All images © Elle Decor SA


Name: Garagistes
Location: Hobart, Tasmania
Design: Paul Johnson (architect) & Kirk Richardson (owner)

This minimal warehouse space is a great example of a well though through concept. At first glance, the simple community tables, exposed beams and brick walls evoke a clean and styled space. Knowing all elements were made locally by local artisans, weaves a unique texture into the design. With the all of the food coming from four local vendors, the idea of local and sustainable was taken to a whole new level. Keeping with this idea, you can understand how sourcing all of the furniture and fittings from local craftsmen(even their dishes are created from local clay and glazes) keeps their vision and concept strong and cohesive.

Image 1-3 © Habitus Living