TWO JOHNS TAPHOUSE

TECHNE ARCHITECTS

Architect: Techne Architects // Photography: Will Watt // Project Overview: Located within the Melbourne Airport, Two Johns Taphouse is a contemporary interpretation of a traditional pub. Inspired by the crafting of beer in breweries, timber and raw steel were used to create a robust environment in a contemporary way. Detailed joinery creates a subtle hand crafted feel throughout the space. Timber beams spanning the interior of the pub to the terrace create a visual connection between the pub and terrace which helps to extend the pub space, blurring the physical barrier between the two areas. The Delta Light Momba fittings highlight the tiled walls, while their industrial feel ties in with the strong material palette. Delta Light Ultra S D surface spots have been paired together in even intervals along the ceiling, giving general illumination, while their black finish works back with the exposed raw steel. // Products Featured: Delta Light Ultra SD in Black/Gold, Delta Light Momba Down-Up Wall Lights in Dark Grey.

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