Lenny Cafe by Golden

Preppy pastel tones for bayside café Lenny

Jul 9, 2018
  • Article by Natalie Mortimer

Interior design studio Golden has chosen preppy pastel tones, robust materials and a textural palette for a new cafe in Melbourne’s Albert Park.

Inspired by its location on a bayside boulevard, newly opened Lenny 3206 features a material palette of marble, terrazzo, solid oak and steel.

Lenny coffee shop in Melbourne

In a nod to Lenny’s cursive brand identity and the adjacent bay, organic motifs are peppered throughout the space, from the shapely communal table and arched pendant lighting, to the central bar rendered in jagged rock formations.

Wooden table in the space with pastel hues

The rock is used as a recurring theme throughout the space, expressed in a custom door handle and contemporary wall sconces by Melbourne lighting studio LAAL.

Seating inside Lenny cafe

A playful, hand-painted mural that stretches from one end of the café to the other, completes the space.

The wall mural

Golden was also behind the design for sister cafe Moby, located in Armadale.

Photography by Tom Blachford

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