Green Bar: Entrance & Lower Bar

Green Bar: Entrance & Lower Bar

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Grassed Area

Green Bar: Grassed Area

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Gazebo

Green Bar: Gazebo

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Mezzanine & Upper Bar

Green Bar: Mezzanine & Upper Bar

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Upper Bar

Green Bar: Upper Bar

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Floor Plan

Green Bar: Floor Plan

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Moodboard

Green Bar: Moodboard

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Logo

Green Bar: Logo

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees. 

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green Bar: Take Out Booklet

Green is a tranquil rooftop bar located on the rooftop of Westfield, Sydney.

Originally designed by Sydney Architect Thomas Rowe, Imperial Arcade was a 17th-century French Renaissance style commercial building which opened in 1891. In 1972, the building was renamed Centrepoint Shopping Centre and in 1972 and construction of Sydney Tower (formerly Centrepoint Tower) ran from 1975-1981. In 2001, The Westfield Group acquired this site, rebranding the Tower and shopping centre as Westfield Sydney in 2010 (originally Westfield Centrepoint ). The iconic Pitt Street Mall location is home to a diverse range of specialty stores and shopping arcades, and the up-scale Westfield Sydney boasts over 350 stores.

The client of this project required a bar fit-out which tackled current issues that bars face within Sydney, including air quality, sustainability, social inclusion, interactivity, and remedial potential.

The end result is a serene reflection of nature; sustainable materials including toxin removing Organioid Panels, Mafi wood and plants which improve the quality of air within the space. With both a ground and mezzanine area, this fit-out offers an interactive and socially inclusive space. The Organoid Panelled curved main bar is surrounded by a circular grassed area for remedial yoga and relaxation, echoing the curvilinear bar itself. Timber flooring runs throughout this space and a large gazebo offers a tranquil seated area. From the gazebo, the timber flooring leads to a wheelchair accessible mezzanine level which offers both unisex bathrooms and a secondary bar with lounge seating and cosy hanging chairs amongst the trees.