PROJECT

BOTERO CAFE

Commercial Hospitality Completed Interior Design Brisbane
  • Client:

    Botero

  • Location:

    Brisbane, QLD Australia

  • Size:

    300m2

A reflection of the diverse community it’s now a part of, Botero House at 258 Adelaide Street honours the original bones of this heritage building and brings to life the soul of a Brisbane coffee staple’s present and future.

 

 

Housing both a cafe and training facility, the fitout expresses Botero’s consistent dedication to people and food. Jackson Teece worked closely with the client to develop a concept that both honoured the story so far, and those that are yet to come.

In peeling back the layers of newer finishes, Jackson Teece found a rich, textured palette of original brickwork, exposed hardwood timber beams, and polished concrete – encapsulating the rugged yet welcoming heart of this inner city oasis. Robust, warm conversations with friends over ethically sourced coffee, and a reprieve from the dizzying heights of its modern surrounds, brass and oak furniture bring subtle attention to Botero’s existing organic branding.

 

Kate Callanan

Head of Interiors

The ground floor plan centres around a concrete bar front that houses both coffee and bar facilities. The mezzanine level upstairs creates a more intimate setting for a morning breakfast meeting or an evening drink. And as a springboard for the brightest minds that coffee has to offer, a dedicated training area is located on the top floor. With a simplified interior approach to this space, learning can take centre stage amongst the buildings inspiring original finishes.

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Project Leadership
Kate Callanan

Senior Associate