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Creatures Nextdoor

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bradleycole has just completed the new interior refurbishment of the old Creatures Loft, now called Creatures Nextdoor. The project brief asked for a new venue theme with new soft furnishings, painting, textures, entry statement and of course lighting. Here’s a sneak peak of the completed project, which will be in the Spaces section of this site soon….

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Red Sun Awning at Little Creatures Fitzroy

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After a lengthy process with the City of Yarra, red canvas awnings have been installed on the front of the Dining Hall, along with additional alfresco dining tables. Ahhh, sunny Melbourne…

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Proud Mary Chandelier

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Another new bar is about to be reborn in Perth’s CBD as Lalla Rookh. The well versed trio of owners engaged bradleycole to design, fabricate and supply the light fittings for the project. Here’s a gander at the Proud Mary which was chosen as the centre piece to the Lounge bar area.
Oh, and they are the Proud Mary wall lights on the background wall.

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Ebo pendant light

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These are the new bradleycole Ebo lights, which will be available as part of the bradleycole Product Range.

Three Ebo where also installed at Foam Coffee Bar in Leederville (previously known as Cafe 130).

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Foam

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It’s been amazingly busy at the bradleycole design and fabrication studios in recent weeks, but installing new designs always lifts the mood. The bradleycole Foam Light and Ebo pendants were installed today at Foam Coffee Bar in Leederville ready for tomorrow morning’s grand opening.

The Foam Light is an obvious play on the cafe name and theme.

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Excelsior Deli

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bradleycole designed the interior for the recently opened Excelsior Deli in Shenton Park, Western Australia.

Drawing inspiration from the original building, which was conceived by renowned architect Iwan Iwanoff, I designed a folding concrete blockwork and timber box wall for displaying packaged food products. The wall provides a visual end point to the deli’s elongated space and its patterning offers intimacy and intrigue around the communal lunch table.

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Petals at Perth Fashion Week

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bradleycole was a sponsor of last month’s Perth Fashion Week 2012, where I was asked to design lights for the VIP lounge. Mindful of the show’s Australian Kimberley theme I designed a drift of petal lights over the area, each individually inspired by the regions unique native flora.
I also managed a glass of bubbles and to see a couple of the parades. I really enjoyed Melinda Looi’s creativity and the gracious splendour of Ruth Tarvydas.

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Melbourne visit

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Soooo good to be back in Melbourne for the Food and Wine Festival. I have to say I was a little overwhelmed by the amount of cellar doors set up on south bank by Victorian wines last week…really, there was just too many wines to taste. The temporal Greenhouse bar on south bank was a regular catch up place, and as often, adventures through Fitzroy, St Kilda, Prahran and the CBD disclosed many moments of inspiration.

Whilst in Fitzroy I dropped by the Little Creatures Dining Hall to see how my bottle lights were hanging, which were installed back in 2010.

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Shells

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Shell Pendants in fabrication

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wine rack at Barchetta

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This is a wine rack I designed and fabricated for Barchetta cafe / restaurant in Cottesloe Western Australia. For those of you who don’t speak Italiano, barchetta means little boat.

The view from the stern and entrance to the restaurant


When the early morning sun rays come through the eastern window of the restaurant they catch the edges of the boat.
Can you spot the Shell Pendant hanging in the background?

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