Molecule Studio has completed the interiors of the Levantine Hill Estate, that’s located in the Yarra Valley wine region of Australia.
The overall building was designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects, and includes wine tasting, a private room, as well as a casual dining area and a more formal dining area.
Timber lined barrel booths are positioned along one of the walls of windows, creating a semi-private dining experience, and referencing the wine barrels used within the winery.
In the casual dining area, solid wood tables are complemented by leather seating.
The tasting bars feature a repetitive tectonic form of shifting brass panels to reflect the undulating landscape.
Throughout the space, modular shelving on castor wheels enables the space to cater to larger functions. The shelving units also provide display space for merchandise and working zones for waiters.
In the more formal dining area, upholstered chairs feature botanical motifs in red, adding a pop of color to the room.
Photography by Shannon McGrath | Architect: Fender Katsalidis Architects | Interior Design: Molecule Studio | Builder: Krongold
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