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The Euro, developed as part of the Urbane redevelopment, is a brasserie that caters for both casual dining and as a bar. The bar is situated in the centre of the space servicing dining spaces to the street and laneway at the rear. The street side dining area is a high space with individual tables for casual dining and cocktails. The laneway side dining is bathed in natural light to the rear wall and ceiling offering an open “long bench” dining experience.
The interior is a new type of space for Brisbane bars. The ceiling is faceted with a series of horizontal panels. Between these panels, a random arrangement of coloured acrylic panels are suspended and back-lit, leading one through to the rear of the brasserie. The colours are all “up”. This is no sombre drinking hole. It is conceived as a place of high spirits and fun gathering.
Client: Drew Patten & Andy Buchanan
MBA Queensland, Best Joinery & Tourism/Hospitality Project
AIA Brisbane Regional Commendation, Interior Architecture
RDI National Third Place, Interior Design