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Hospitality Design // Biasol

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Hospitality Design  //  Biasol

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Biasol (pronounced ‘b–are–zoul’) is an award winning design studio based in Melbourne and making waves internationally. Working across hospitality, residential, workplace and commercial environments, the Biasol team’s commitment is “to design beyond expectation”. This raison d’être is more than evident in their amazing portfolio of completed projects from Australia to the UK and China, including the current Instagram favourite, Wes Anderson inspired, The Budapest Cafe in Chengdu.

 

“An end product is the result of extensive research and development because fundamentally we create experiences.”

Jean-Pierre Baisol

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The Budapest Cafe is designed to feel feminine and fun, with surprising design features to encourage customers to explore and physically engage with the space.

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The Budapest Cafe – inspired by the visual language of film maker Wes Anderson – in Chengdu, China.

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Kitty Burns is a space that capitalises on contrast with a pitched roof structure within the bright open space.

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Plywood, structural timbers and concrete form a geometric feature pattern highlighted by pops of playful colour.

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“We want to embrace challenges, draw on our experience to cleverly bring in detail and still align budgets and time constraints with a design that works. So there is a lot to consider especially with hospitality, which is expertise we can then adapt into some of our other disciplines.”

 

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We have quoted Jean-Pierre Baisol from an insightful interview he did with est. You can read the whole interview here.

Visit the Baisol website here to see more, and follow them on Instagram @baisoldesign to keep up to date with new projects.

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The A Team cafe in Melbourne. The concept neutral palette with brass accents allows the design to focus on special details integrated in the custom joinery, seating, shelving, branded collateral and the custom Synesso MVP coffee machine.

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Located in London’s up-and-coming Clerkenwell neighbourhood is Grind, a business transformed from successful coffee and cocktail venues to a full-scale restaurant and bar.

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