BAY 10

CAFE 

The arrival of the uber-cool espresso bar with its raw recycled fit-out has transformed Middlemiss Street, Lavender Bay, offering a must stop for the thousands of pedestrians and cyclists who pass each morning. Barista and owner Nathan Devlin shares the warehouse, with its century-old concrete walls soaring 10 metres from floor to ceiling, with The Body Mechanic, a specialist bike fit, gait analysis and physio outfit run by a bunch of elite athletes. It’s a stunning location with an edge of notoriety – the recycled shipping container that serves as the coffee and food prep station was one of the vessels used to smuggle 600kg of pseudoephedrine into Australia.  Preserving the  historical  Sydney Harbour Bridge Arch was a  key to the adaptive reuse ideology  with this project.  Minimal instrusion was made into the  structure of the  original building, and  a space  where  community and coffee enthusiasts  can gather was created.

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© 2018 Brenchley Architects

Registered Architect Julian Brenchley 

NSW 6246  ||  VIC 17689  || ACT 2346  ||  RAIA E7914

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