#1: The exposed steel and wood structure of the building, brick arches and polished concrete floor (which has been replaced in some parts with fan-shaped Carrara mosaic tiles or adorned with colourful rugs) evoke both the rawness ofa warehouse and the charm of a loft.
#2: Coastal influences from the 1970s pervade the Park House Food Merchants, which is organised around an open kitchen. Art Deco detailing, colourful contemporary artworks, a brick fireplace and a granite bar complement the bohemian look – contrasting, but also blending, past and present constantly.
#3: Among the thoughtful design elements are wood furniture, leather banquettes and reclaimed lighting, all of which contribute to the uniqueness of the space that evokes a sense of nostalgia.
#4: The casual seating concept helps ease diners into the comfortable setting. The airy and spacious design of the interiors encourages interaction among visitors.
For more information on the restaurant and its menu, visit www.parkhousefoodandliquor.com.au.