Six degrees turns former club into vivid French-Indochine café

Six degrees turns former club into vivid French-Indochine café

  • Array Tereza

  • 3 months ago

The clients engaged Six Degrees to turn the former home of The Caulfield Rifle Club in Elsternwick, an inner suburb of Melbourne, into an all-day French-Indochine cafe, restaurant and bar. The charming redbrick building is newly home of a dining venue called Bang Bang.

“The project includes the refurbishment of the century‑old building to house a new café and bar, which overlook the recently completed upgrades to community open space at Elsternwick Plaza by Glen Eira City Council,” says Six Degrees

  • Location: Elsternwick – Melbourne, Australia
  • Date completed: 2017
  • Size: 3,700 square feet
  • Design: Six Degrees
  • Photos: Tatjana Plitt
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Bar
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Dining area
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Communal table
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Open kitchen