Honey

Lounge Bar and Night Club Brisbane / Australia / 2012

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The project for Honey involved a design response and concept which encapsulated the client’s specific brief and the use of an abandoned basement space in building with little or no architectural merit. The client’s brief was for a cocktail bar and cabaret venue that required an interior environment that was insular, whilst also being its own unique space. The space had to only reference itself and create a sense of escape from the environment of the street and surrounds. The isolation of the space within its own built form allowed for this drove the design. As an insulated space, the concept was to recreate and reference insulated spaces such as those found in nature, isolated and protected for their surrounds. The geometric and structured nature of hives was used as inspiration to create the insulated space in both an abstract and physical way. The geometric structure of the hexagon becomes a linkage to the space and number of people within it. This allowed for a language which unifies the space as an area for meeting, socialising, and a centre of activity.
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    The project for Honey involved a design response and concept which encapsulated the client’s specific brief and the use of an abandoned basement space in building with little or no architectural merit. The client’s brief was for a cocktail bar and cabaret venue that required an interior environment that was insular, whilst also being its own unique space. The space had to only reference itself and create a sense of escape from the environment of the street and surrounds. The isolation of the...

    Project details
    • Year 2012
    • Work started in 2010
    • Work finished in 2012
    • Client Private
    • Contractor AGS
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Interior Design / Custom Furniture / Lighting Design
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