Maggie Beer's Wellness Gardens Cafe & Bar
With a mix of rustic, contemporary, and chic, this interior space is centered on developing a close relationship between people and nature.
Cafe proposal and development
50 Pheasant Farm Rd, Nuriootpa SA 5355
Spatial diagrams including circulation, zoning of functions, accessibility, connectivity, multi-purpose usage
Sketch designs including joinery, furniture, fenestrations
Key Perspectives include visualisation of the brand and how the logo and signage are incorporated within the environment
Conceptual palette including materiality, colour, texture, and decorative elements
Key progressive ways of uses and interactions within social/public spaces in response to emergency situations, such as climate disasters, pandemics, and economic crises
Maggie Beer has been creating her simple yet incredible farm-to-table cuisine for the past few decades and has always been an advocate for fresh, organic, wholesome food.
In conjunction with Maggie's Wellbeing Gardens Program which she started back in 2015, Maggie Beer's Wellness Gardens Cafe & Bar was designed where she can utilise the fresh produce grown on her farm as well as her range of products to create appetising dishes and educate people on the benefits of cooking with ingredients straight from the garden.
These design elements reflect the colours that exist in nature along with an abundance of natural light flowing into the interior space.
The use of plants and natural organic materials was the key to creating an ambiance that is refreshing, eco-friendly, and exudes a sense of wellness and a feeling of connectivity with a blending of the interior and exterior spaces.
Fig 01 – Acoustic ceiling panels
Fig 02 - Shiplap
Fig 03 – Internal exposed brick wall
Fig 04 – Reclaimed Tasmanian Oak Wood
Fig 05 – Commercial Tweed Fabric
Fig 06 – Country Oak Vinyl Flooring
Figure 07 - Rustic Farmhouse Decor
Figure 08 -Rustic Farmhouse Decor
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