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May 2013
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A décor in perpetual motion...

Neild Avenue Restaurant in Sydney : old tire factory, made up of rusty brick and steel transformed into a restaurant and decorated by Anthony Lister and Stephen Ormandy

In Sydney, the art is displayed in a contemporary manner on the walls of this old tire factory, made up of rusty brick and steel, that has been transformed into a restaurant. Welcome to Neild Avenue which appears, from the outset, to look like a film studio with its vast ceiling heights. A feeling accentuated by the canvas structures and the avant-garde cabin-esque things that divide the space to make it more intimate. On the inside, the space has been decorated with colorful frescoes painted by artists such as Anthony Lister and Stephen Ormandy. A décor in perpetual motion…
www.eqpg.com.au/neild-avenue

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