Examples of Completed Projects
Innovative use of Materials
Hey Jupiter: 11 Ebenezer Place, Adelaide
‘Hey Jupiter’ in Ebenezer Place demonstrates how the innovative use of traditional shopfront materials can help to create a memorable street presence.
Keen to build on the café’s French character, the owners tiled the blank wall adjacent to their entrance in a style reminiscent of the Paris Metro and screen printed the exterior shade awning using classic French fonts. The resulting shopfront, which has proved to be a drawcard for customers, has enhanced both the presentation of the business and the pedestrian experience on Ebenezer Place.
Harrison Music: 68 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Brightly lit signage helps communicate the identity of ‘Harrison Music’, one of the last businesses of its type in the city.
The coloured neon which outlines real musical instruments provides a sense of fun and movement in an area of high pedestrian activity. Visible during both day and evening, the lighted signage has become a distinctive landmark that enhances the street level experience and helps orient pedestrians and drivers alike.
Unique Facade Design
UR Caffé: 117 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide
Paint and simple window signage have transformed the exterior of a small Melbourne Street café.
The bold design created for this heritage listed building by a local artist has given ‘UR Caffe’ a unique and highly visible street frontage. The new façade makes a playful contribution to the streetscape, further enhancing the identity of the Melbourne Street precinct.
Kutchi Deli Parwana: 7 Ebenezer Place, Adelaide
A retractable shade awning has enhanced the outdoor dining experience for customers of ‘Kutchi Deli Parwana’ on Ebenezer Place.
The brightly coloured awning, which echoes that outside ‘Hey Jupiter’ a few doors down the street, has also helped to increase the profile of the business by making it more visible on the street.
Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar: 12 Waymouth Street, Adelaide
Installing bi-fold doors into an existing character window has helped blur the boundary between inside and out, allowing the sounds and aromas of this Waymouth Street café to drift out on to the street. Improving the visual connection also creates interest and helps to transform pedestrians into potential future customers.
Domo: 164 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide
Re-painting the exterior of ‘Domo Collections’ in North Adelaide has refreshed the look of this well-established O’Connell Street business and enhanced its presence on the street.Back to Top