EN - Otavio Raja Gabaglia is the celebrated Brazilian architect who Emmanuelle de Clermont Tonnerre brought in to transform her beachfront home into a boutique hotel. Gabaglia’s combination of wooden beams, terracotta roof tiles, and glass with a.
The pair are excited by the partnership which they describe as being much more than two artists sharing an exhibition space, and Tripp’s dark tales of lost innocence and twisted children are well suited to Walker’s morally uncertain work.
Heide likens the excavation of partition walls and false ceilings to drilling for oil, so the pair must have been dancing around like Jed Clampett when they struck lucky with enough volume to fit a small café in at the front of their studio.
This is the third restaurant in his portfolio which is growing in tandem with his reputation, and Bar Amá offers up Centeno’s take on classic Tex-Mex in a relaxed, vintage environment of reclaimed wood and hacienda tiling.
The Melbourne Pub Group who are behind the place have aimed for “deliberately chaotic” at the Mexican resto-bar-café-takeaway-bottleshop, and they seem to have nailed it. It’s all go here, from the stencil-like cladding on the exposed brick to the voodoo-esque shrine, the design is energetic...