This hotel and pub located in an emerging area of Point Cook was created merely from pen and paper on location via a 5 hour long personalised consultation between the client, architect (Breathe Architecture) and Visual Builders. As a result the project was able to bypass the tedious paper work, instead producing hand sketches as visuals where all details could be finalised within the 5 hour time frame. The limited budget also proved to be a challenging task but well achieved by the expert knowledge between architect and builder. To alleviate possible lead time issues relating to products and materials, building commenced the following week.
Breathe Architecture having a unique design style and such vast knowledge and expertise in hospitality projects, were able to transform all the clients ideas onto paper with ease.
The brief was to create a modern earthy feel reflecting the hunting grounds of Point Cook. The result is an atramentous hunting hideout featuring a modest timber façade booth emulating the foxes den. An open dining area separated by timber slats with the continued theme of slated timber along the flooring, bar and wall cladding. Three weeks later, this TAB area within the hotel was converted into a fresh community public bar.