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Interior Design: Spice Temple

November 22, 2010

The new Spice Temple fitout in Melbourne features dramatic lighting and understated, elegant interiors.

Designed for restauranteur Neil Perry, Spice Temple at Crown is conceived as a space of discovery and surprise. The arrival experience is a theatrical journey through a sequence of spaces inside the restaurant.

Located over two levels, the two dining rooms and two semi-private dining rooms are warm and dramatically lit. While the emphasis is on comfort and experience rather than a specific theme, the spaces are intimate relaxed and sexy, with subtle influences of the exotic street hawker food markets of China. Dining areas are defined by a timber curtain perimeter, while the understated fitout is replete with rawness and simplicity.

*Team* Architects: Grant Cheyne of Bates Smart and David Nock of 1:1 Architects

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