This impressive interior design project I worked on, recently appeared in The Geelong Advertiser’s gt magazine

The Federal, Cafe, Restaurant, Bar is the brain child of Nathalie Moussi & her brothers Carlo & Marc. Nathalie fell in love with the old federal woollen mills building mid 2015 & has worked tirelessly since to see her vision come to life. As her interior designer I was asked to pay homage to the building’s glory days. Built in between 1915 & 1920 in a Free Classical Style the now heritage listed building was an industrial innovation of its time & given that Art Deco design was synonyms with this period Nathalie wanted me to reflect this in all aspects of the design. It was equally important to her that the space be strikingly different & modern.

I met the design brief by mixing powder coated black & gold laser cut metal with natural oak & black japan timber finishes & bold tiling. Teal accents then compliant the glorious original brick work, adding warmth & depth to the otherwise black & white palette.

To view larger images of this project, please visit my gallery page.