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Myer Centre Food Court
The Myer Centre Food Court is the largest food court in the Brisbane CBD, with a high volume of foot traffic through the Centre. The design concept celebrates the existing chaotic urban landscape by enhancing the experience of traversing through the site.
The existing seating area was redefined as a collection of dining rooms, each having its distinct character and unified as a whole with a common pallet of materials and detailing language. New ceiling treatments and furniture layout enhance the legibility of circulation routes and provide order to an otherwise chaotic environment. Greenery was introduced in the atrium through the installation of two vertical green gardens, with swatches of different plant species to create a living art panel. Complimented with a selection of outdoor furniture, the space evokes the feeling of being outdoors in a courtyard.
With a tight budget, the design solutions were tailored towards cost efficiency and value for money. The design team worked directly with local designers and fabricators to create bespoke furniture and lighting that met strict budget and functional requirements. A complex staging process and tight site management ensured the food court was trading 100% throughout the construction phase.
Location: Brisbane CBD
Client: Colonial First State
Scale: 2270m², 780 seats