Boutique Development in Crows Nest

Restaurant design went through a pivotal change during 2020 due to Covid and renovations across the F&B industry are in full development now that the world is normalising.

Nowadays restaurant design requires an intelligent and holistic approach that takes into consideration the visual needs of the customers with a 360 experience.

Some of the elements that we focus on at LG when we are creating great F&B spaces are:

Understand the audience: It is important to understand the target audience that you are designing for to make sure that the spaces features an aesthetic and layout that will appeal to them specifically. Uninspired spaces won’t appeal to millennials, while Instagram-worthy interiors will. In turn, loud and strong trend-based styles will turn away corporate clientele.

Tell as a story: Make sure the interior design is telling a story, one that relates to the venue’s branding principals, because restaurant design is fun for that reason. Interiors can convey a strong message and it can help share the lifestyle of what the venue is about, whether it is a beachfront restaurant or a bistro in the city or countryside.

Provide space planning options: Incorporate various spatial experiences, such as bar seating, casual and formal settings, private dining space, and a unique waiting area to simply collect takeout. This way, guests can have a reason to come back and experience something new. – Use of tacticle and visual elements: Guests normally will spend at least an hour in a restaurant or venue sitting in the same spot. If interiors incorporate a variety of textures in the design, the space remains visually interesting to the guest even after a two-hour meal.

Use of natural elements: Biophilia design is not just a growing trend for homes and offices. Incorporating more natural elements into a restaurant or venue creates a more comfortable and relaxing ambiance, which is an ideal mood for diners.

This bold luxury residence is located right on the waterfront in the beautiful green suburb of Lilyfield, just 6km west from the centre of Sydney.

This neighbourhood is enjoying a healthy rise in real estate value and locals are investing serious money to upgrade residential properties to suit the demand for luxurious and bespoke designs, with the added convenience of living in one of Sydney’s most sought-after suburbs.

To differentiate this project from the competition, Lorena Gaxiola employed the following elements:

BRUTALIST ARCHITECTURE/ to differentiate it from the typical residential developments in the area.

BESPOKE FINISHES/ to evoke a sense of luxury, resulting in a residence that can enter the market with a multi-million-dollar residential valuation.

BLENDED INTERIORS/ to deliver a unique product offering in a traditional area.


living room with artwork, glass window and view