Le Rocher: Reception

Le Rocher: Reception

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Bar

Le Rocher: Bar

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Staircase and Dining

Le Rocher: Staircase and Dining

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Dining

Le Rocher: Dining

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher: Documentation

Le Rocher is located within Sydney's historic suburb of The Rocks, in the heritage listed former ASN Co. Building at 1-5 Hickson Road.

Designed by architect William Wilkinson Wardell between 1884-1885, the former heritage listed ASN Co. Building is a display of unique historic Victorian Anglo-Dutch architecture. Complete with polychrome brickwork, sandstone and timber joinery, the building overlooks Circular Quay and The Sydney Opera House.

The client required a complete fit-out for Guillaume Brahimi's two-level French restaurant. A lounge and main bar, and a dining area complete with a commercial kitchen were all to be addressed within the brief. The client wanted the space to have an intimate, sophisticated and luxurious style, whilst reflecting the "quirkiness" of modern French design.

The completed design incorporates a mix of sophisticated, smooth textures and metallic finishes, complimenting the raw, heavy original materials. Walking into the space, guests are greeted by a vast carrara marble reception desk with copper accented 'Le Rocher' signage. Guests can sit in the comfortable waiting room overlooking the beautiful sites of The Rocks, or have a drink in the adjoining bar located behind reception. This bar showcases furniture by acclaimed designers Tom Dixon and Philippe Starck, which give additional luxurious touches within the space. When guests are ready to dine, ascending the mesh steel framed staircase leads them to the upper floor, where guests can sit amongst the open Philippe Starck ghost chairs and bright fuschia banquette seating for a fun, quirky vibe, or relax in the contained booth seating for a more intimate dining experience. Australian contemporary artist Lisa Madigan's specially commissioned artworks evoke a sense of beauty and calmness throughout the two floors, and provide a harmonious link between the levels.