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Manly Wharf Bar



Sydney, Australia








1200 sqm

The reimagining of Manly Wharf Bar is a decluttering of an iconic jetty venue, where thematic layers were dismantled to reveal a new brand with replanned the bar and kitchen experiences.

Inspired by its sister venue The Burleigh Pavilion on the Gold Coast, this renovation saw a new coastal rumpus room identity infused into spatial replanning within the same tenancy envelope. Restaurants and private dining are now orientated around the central bars and a pizza-equipped kitchen.

Part urban loft story, part sexy surfer, the interiors touch upon the mid century with an architectural slant; a warehouse above the water. Exposed brick, glass blocks, Terrazzo accents and textured render define the restaurant and bar, creating a fresh, sandy-feet ambiance. Steel tables and communal benches crafted from masonry waste contribute to a curious and timeless aesthetic with an underlining sustainability ethos.

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