Plus Architecture completed dramatic luxury interior for Black Hide Steakhouse in Brisbane
Plus Architecture, an international architecture practice, has recently completed the interior for Black Hide Steakhouse by Gambaro. The Brisbane – based restaurant with over 60 years experience in the restaurant industry serves prime organic, wagyu and angus steak cuts.
“The Black Hide Steakhouse pushes the boundary of traditional steakhouse design. Positioned prominently within Brisbane’s iconic 19th century, Italianesque Treasury Building and featuring spectacular views across the Brisbane River, the project is emotive and dramatic in its approach. Designed around the concept of paddock-to-plate, the space delivers a unique sensory dining experience for its diners. The design of the space is driven by the senses creating a layered and multi-faceted black label experience. Luxurious furnishings, plush fabrics, opulent, double height up-lit ceilings and large, boutique display cabinets of aged steak and wine all create a divinely rich atmosphere toying with the idea of ‘steak theatre’ and crafting a truly unique dining experience. Featuring three distinct, separate dining rooms alike in grandeur and luxe, the restaurant seats 126 patrons and includes a 12-person private dining room which appears both simultaneously extravagant and intimate. Complementing the dark, moody, atmospheric internal space, the outdoor areas are light and softened with planters to bring the outdoors inside. Classic, chequerboard floors and relaxed finishes invite diners to relax with an aperitif or simply take in the spectacular city views,” says Plus Architecture