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A Design-Worthy Canteen: Kitchen by Mike in Sydney

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 07, 2012 01:04 AM
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by Julie last modified Jun 06, 2012

Located on the premises of Koskela, one of Sydney's best design showrooms, Kitchen by Mike is a canteen-style cafe headed by Michael McEnearney (the former chef of Rockpool), who shops at the early-morning farmer's markets and plans his menu according to what he finds. For more information, go to Kitchen by Mike at Koskela. Photography by Jillian Leiboff . Above: A concrete wall is painted black. Above: Built-in seating around tables made from wood industrial stools. Above: The tops of the wooden spools are painted matte black. Above: Furniture is comprised of a mix of contemporary pieces from Koskela. Above L: Tomato cans used as utensil holders. Above R: A giant wine jug. Above: A concrete basin sink. Above: Painted wood blocks serve as table markers. Above: Oversize rattan lamps from Gervasoni provide illumination.




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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