Barangaroo House is located along Barangaroo Avenue in the inner city suburb of Barangaroo. This three level entertainment venue with harbour views was designed by Collins and Turner. The balconies are clad in concentric timber dowels, charred using the traditional Japanese Shou Sugi Ban technique which creates a dark finish that enhances weatherproof properties so it requires little maintenance. The planters integrated into the curved plan are used to grow ornamental and edible plants for use in the restaurants. House Bar is a casual bar and restaurant on the ground floor. Rekōdo Restaurant and Vinyl Bar which are a nod to Japanese listening rooms are on the first floor and Smoke is a cocktail bar at the top.
That looks like a really cool place to see.ReplyDelete
That's really a cool place. I would love to explore here.ReplyDelete
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fascinating architecture - love the use of plants on the curvesReplyDelete