Alex Hutchins

Alex Hutchins

Melbourne / Architect in Melbourne
Alex Hutchins
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Peter Clarke Photography; 171 Collins Street by Bates Smart Architects http://www.delightfull.eu/

Peter Clarke Photography; 171 Collins Street by Bates Smart Architects http://www.delightfull.eu/

The Birdcage marquees at the Melbourne Cup Carnival are carefully orchestrated interiors for the theatre of social exchange.

The Birdcage marquees at the Melbourne Cup Carnival are carefully orchestrated interiors for the theatre of social exchange.

This is not: A boring coffee shop. This is: An exciting new local for Box Hill residents. At the base of the new Australian Tax Office building, The Penny Drop Café was designed in collaboration with Pop & Pac, playing on the concept of the ‘penny dropping’ from the pockets of the ATO office above. Art deco light fittings and textured surfaces create a friendly and inviting space to start your day, and the large, curved bar makes for a cool place to wait for your morning coffee…

This is not: A boring coffee shop. This is: An exciting new local for Box Hill residents. At the base of the new Australian Tax Office building, The Penny Drop Café was designed in collaboration with Pop & Pac, playing on the concept of the ‘penny dropping’ from the pockets of the ATO office above. Art deco light fittings and textured surfaces create a friendly and inviting space to start your day, and the large, curved bar makes for a cool place to wait for your morning coffee…

This is not: A boring coffee shop. This is: An exciting new local for Box Hill residents. At the base of the new Australian Tax Office building, The Penny Drop Café was designed in collaboration with Pop & Pac, playing on the concept of the ‘penny dropping’ from the pockets of the ATO office above. Art deco light fittings and textured surfaces create a friendly and inviting space to start your day, and the large, curved bar makes for a cool place to wait for your morning coffee…

This is not: A boring coffee shop. This is: An exciting new local for Box Hill residents. At the base of the new Australian Tax Office building, The Penny Drop Café was designed in collaboration with Pop & Pac, playing on the concept of the ‘penny dropping’ from the pockets of the ATO office above. Art deco light fittings and textured surfaces create a friendly and inviting space to start your day, and the large, curved bar makes for a cool place to wait for your morning coffee…