▼工业历史风格的内部空间，interior space in historical industrial style
Working within the shell of a former warehouse building, the fitout for the Project 218 Cafe embraces Brunswick’s iconic industrial past to create an immersive hospitality experience. The abandoned warehouse concept preserves the character and history of the original building which has been gradually exposed over the years. It adds new elements in a way that feels as if it has become naturally overgrown and will continue to do so with the passage of time. From plate to fitout, the design builds on the venue’s raw, robust, sustainable, and unexpected hospitality approach.
▼旧仓库的建筑外观，exterior view of the former warehouse building
In addition to adding to the strong sense of place, the design also links to the venue’s distinct hospitality concept which also combines simple, raw ingredients into exceptional compositions. The approach to both the culinary vision and venue design is rough in nature, with an attention to detail and underlying order which show care and consideration.Across the two levels is a coffee roastery, yoga space, herb garden, seating for 120, and a large kitchen area. The layout purposely includes a defined zone between the front-of-house and back-of-house to celebrate the preparation of the food. Functionally contributing to the dishes, an herb garden is built into the upper-level mezzanine which grows some of their unique components.
▼入口区域-简单原始材料构成独特的整体，entrance area-simple, raw ingredients create exceptional compositions
▼长椅沿着墙面和雕塑般的构件延伸，如同散落在建筑工地上的木材，深橘色的室内装饰也凸显着锈蚀肌理，the bench seating follows along the walls and sculptures, like timber scattered through a building site and the deep orange colour of the upholstery picks up on the rusted quality
Reclaimed by nature, the program is distinguished by dispersed, naturalistic plantings which make evident the passage of time. The vast footprint of the warehouse is broken into more intimate dining areas through the accumulation of stacked cast concrete forms, fashioned from various sizes of pre-cast drainage sumps into sculptural dividers and planters. The bench seating follows along the walls and sculptures, like timber scattered through a building site and the deep orange colour of the upholstery picks up on the rusted quality.Feature lighting has been fashioned from offcuts of rebar steel and large compositions of detached lacework.
▼内部空间采用螺纹钢边角料与大块花边元素构成的特色照明灯具，feature lighting has been fashioned from offcuts of rebar steel and large compositions of detached lacework
▼仓库内巨大的空间通过堆放的浇筑混凝土部件分割成更具亲密感的用餐区，the vast footprint of the warehouse is broken into more intimate dining areas through the accumulation of stacked cast concrete forms
▼不同尺寸的预制混凝土块组成雕塑般的空间分隔构件和花盆，stacked cast concrete forms, fashioned from various sizes of precast drainage sumps into sculptural dividers and planters
▼堆叠的混凝土模块，stacked cast concrete forms
Creating a truly “Brunswick” dining experience, the design embraces the beauty of imperfection by crafting elements from raw building materials. The cafe service counters are made from layers of poured concrete which draw on the patterns exposed in floors revealing stains and blemishes from its manufacturing past. Along one wall, a series of metal bars are embedded into the brickwork which will allow the plants to continue to climb over time. Simultaneously, the metal is designed to gradually rust adding colour and texture across the wall through the process of corrosion.
▼浇筑的混凝土柜台在地板上留下了施工过程中产生的斑点和痕迹，poured concrete draws on the patterns exposed in floors revealing stains and blemishes from its manufacturing past
▼一系列的金属杆嵌入砖砌墙体中，方便植物生长攀援，a series of metal bars are embedded into the brickwork which will allow the plants to continue to climb over time
A wall of rebar steel is formed to create a mezzanine area with bathrooms tucked below. Working together, the interiors and food concepts harness the raw beauty to create a comfortable, inviting atmosphere for the casual day-to-night drinking and dining space. With an element of unexpected, the fitout will continue to evolve giving customers good reason to come back time and time again.
▼螺纹钢墙面形成夹层区域，下部是洗手间，a wall of rebar steel is formed to create a mezzanine area with bathrooms tucked below
▼一层平面，ground floor plan
Project Title: Project281 Café and Roastery
Project Location: Brunswick, VIC
Architecture and Design: Splinter Society Architecture(www.splintersociety.com)
Photography:Tom Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Press Contact: Melany Wimpee (email@example.com)