The Reformatory Caffeine Laboratory, Sydney Australia - Nettleton Architects

“squeezed into what was once a driveway, this slim standing-room-only cafe in Sydney’s Surry Hills has exactly the dark industrial atmosphere its comic-character-loving owner was after for his new “caffeine laboratory”. Designed in a space that’s 3.5 metres wide and nearly 15 metres deep, the main elements of the design include an L-shaped steel counter topped with recycled Glulam timber. Small steel benches to sit away from the comic graphic to protect it — line the opposite wall. The graphic is the work of Melbourne Illustrator, painter and street artist Heesco." - nettleton architects

Posted on April 20, 2015 and filed under interior design.