Quintessentially Sydney, Café Sydney offers natural light, inviting dark timber, metalwork and floor-to-ceiling glass doors to maximise breathtaking views of Sydney harbour.
Taking into account the heritage of their rooftop location in Customs House, recycled timber flooring was sourced from other demolished historical buildings in Sydney, and used in combination with artist Angus McDonald’s specially commissioned paintings of the Harbour Bridge to adorn the main restaurant.
In addition to the original interior, Hassell Architects artfully integrated contemporary and classic in the lounge. The area complements and invigorates the restaurant perfectly, offering the ultimate relaxed experience in which Bolon by Jean Nouvel was selected to compliment the mood with a textural linear design that amplifies spatial geometry in the space.
Commissioned by the Bolon partner in the area: The Andrews Group