Collins St - Custom Booths
Collins St - Custom Booths
Collins St - Coffee Bar
Collins St - Coffee Bar
Collins St - Display Cabinet
Collins St - Display Cabinet
Collins St - Flexible Seating
Collins St - Flexible Seating
Collins St - Seating
Collins St - Seating
Collins St - Booth Details
Collins St - Booth Details
Collins St - Booth Details
Collins St - Booth Details
Collins St - Communal Table
Collins St - Communal Table
Collins St - CoffeeBar
Collins St -  CoffeeBar
Collins St - Communal Tables
Collins St - Communal Tables
Collins St - Booth
Collins St - Booth
Collins St - Display Cabinet
Collins St - Display Cabinet
Collins St - Graphics
Collins St - Graphics
Exhibition St - Seating
Exhibition St - Seating
Exhibition St - Lighting Detail
Exhibition St - Lighting Detail
Exhibition St - Display Cabinet
Exhibition St - Display Cabinet
Exhibition St - Coffee Bar
Exhibition St - Coffee Bar
Exhibition St - Graphics
Exhibition St - Graphics
Exhibition St - Lighting Detail
Exhibition St - Lighting Detail
Exhibition St - Material Detail
Exhibition St - Material Detail
Exhibition St - Graphic Signage
Exhibition St - Graphic Signage
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Supagrind

Following on from Hot Black’s first Supagrind café in Spring Street, the Supagrind concept is now popping up in some of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings. Whilst most café rollouts tend to replicate its aesthetic and concept, our approach is to adopt and integrate seamlessly within the lobby architecture and to ‘never cut the cookie twice’.

222 Exhibition Street’s inspiration was taken from the buildings geometric architectural approach. The idea was to develop a pixelated 3D image of a café while looking through the newly renovated entry lobby. For customers visiting the café, the journey deepens as they approach the counter. There is an appreciation for the texture of the black, white & grey floor and wall finishes. 

The intent for 664 Collins Street was to align it with the lobby detail – elegant, yet simple. With a monochromatic palate, interesting details such as penny round tiles and custom booth joinery mirrored the existing curved columns that can be found throughout the space. Flexible furniture was also key in allowing this space to accommodate more than just everyday patrons, rethinking the way lobby spaces can be used.

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