AUNTY EIGHTS VIETNAMESE RESTAURANT
Hospitality Architecture and Modern Design - An Altis Architecture Project
Set within the forward thinking Revesby Workers Club, Aunty Eights offers delicious food as part of its contemporary Asian vignette. As lead designer assisting in the design and implementation of this Altis Architecture project, Ruth was instrumental in the revitalisation of the popular restaurant. The project required the interior architecture and design firm to produce a spaceplan, design direction flooring, RCP layouts, all finishes and detailing documentation, as well as FF & E selections and styling.
Working alongside Malaya Blonde lighting designers, Ruth was able to achieve a timeless modern design, sympathetic to the various food styles at this popular Vietnamese restaurant, while also creating a destination for people to gather before and after events.
The interior design concept used robust and fit for purpose finishes, with a fusion of raw materials and custom features. Warm subtle tones were used to inform the design palate, with materials such as concrete-look floor tiles, bricks, stained chipboard, custom printed chipboard artwork and bespoke metal linear lighting working together to achieve the unique yet versatile contemporary design.
An interesting feature of the Altis Architecture design, the central dramatic dry bar tables have angled table top details to create spots for individual clientele, while counter fronts using detailed metal with a contrasting brick facade, providing an outstanding focal feature of the restaurant and forming a very welcoming entryway for guests.
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