Coffee Cart
Coffee Cart
Exterior Signage
Exterior Signage
Entrance
Entrance
Entrance
Entrance
Coffee Cart
Coffee Cart
Hanging Menus
Hanging Menus
Entrance
Entrance
Communal Table
Communal Table
Service Area
Service Area
Banquet Seating
Banquet Seating
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Joinery Details
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Details
Seating Area
Seating Area
Seating Area
Seating Area
Coffee Cart
Coffee Cart
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Supagrind

The space at 215 Spring Street offers an exciting opportunity for a unique Café offering to cater for Melbourne community commuting to the precinct, working within a premium location of Melbourne CBD and the tourist population that are taking advantage of the scenic parts of Melbourne.

Supagrind has been developed in order to cater for the local demographic offering a sophisticated design that reflects the iconic references to the location. Industrial tones combined with unique minimalist statements has been the driving force behind the design concept.

Inspired by the nearby parliament station and the theatre precinct the space has taken a somewhat mechanical tone that refers to the gears that could be somewhat considered in a mechanic grind, referencing the branding identity and the location. An outdoor grab and go kiosk acts as an iconic reference point that tailors to the local pedestrians and extends on the unique architectural language of Melbourne’s evolving café scene. The interior space allows for various dining experiences through the use of communal tables and individual areas that cater for larger groups and potentially business meetings. The space is structured predominately by a structure that celebrates the volumes nature of the tenancy and celebrates the architecture of the building.

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