Level One is a resfreshing take on restaurant design

Studio Gram injected life into this restaurant space with pastel pink and blue hues
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Architect: Studio GramPhotography by Jonathan VDK furniture, interior design, shelf, shelving, table, wood, blue
Architect: Studio GramPhotography by Jonathan VDK

Architect: Studio GramPhotography by Jonathan VDK From the architect: From the moment you step out off the stairs, you are enveloped by scaffold like joinery that wraps the corridor, drawing your eye to the long shared table, and out through the balcony doors to the treetops. Level One is a bright, and inviting space, awash with pastel pink and blue hues. It’s all kinds of wonderful. About Studio Gram: Founded by Graham Charbonneau and Dave Bickmore, our design practice focuses on creating experiences as familiar as they are surprising. Our projects are collaboratively crafted and artfully considered. Inspired by faces and places, we endeavour to take users on journeys outside of their imagination. Our practice is client-focused. We are constantly challenging ourselves to create compelling architecture that fits an exacting brief. Each project is treated with the same respect, research and investigations as the last, creating designs that meet the aspirations of the clients, respond to site conditions, and create experiences for future occupants. We are collaborators. We enjoy working together with all project team members and client groups. Our project teams range from art directors and photographers, to botanists and permaculturists, through to audio specialists and mixologists.


Jun 02, 2017





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