Designed by architects We Are Humble, the extension to My Oh My Espresso reunites the ground floor of this beautiful building in the heart of Richmond in Melbourne.
The new dining room takes its cues from the classic cafe and restaurant styling, with built-in banquettes, deep burgundy colour tones, and these amazing restored archways.
The expanded venue has a few different dining spots to discover, from the new outdoor set-up to the special hidden dining rooms in the back.
Sitting up the front of the new dining room is Five Bounds, a series of multi-level plinths and tables that displays their wares.
Private dining rooms have been created with new arched entryways and warm timber tones in the rear of the space.
This is an intimate setting that’s separated from the hustle and bustle of Swan Street.
The new dining room takes its cues from the classic cafe and restaurant styling, with built-in banquettes, deep burgundy colour tones, and restored archways.
Project Size – 200 m2
Building Levels – 1
Completion Date – 2021
We Are Humble
We are Humble is a collaborative practice that strives to create places that appeal to all of us and have the capacity to surprise.
Four Seasons Commercial Interiors
Born of a passion for building and construction spanning generations, the FSCI family provides custom solutions for hospitality, retail, and corporate clients across greater Melbourne.
Peter is an established photographer with over 20 years’ experience in his field. He has extensive knowledge and experience documenting the built environment, as well as natural and man-made landscapes.
Click on a thumbnail image to enlarge.
Design © 2022 We Are Humble. All Rights Reserved.| Images © 2022 Peter Clarke. All Rights Reserved.
The Builtworks Quest
At Builtworks, we’re on a multi-year quest to document, showcase, and spotlight the best of Australia’s built environment.
That’s why we’re creating this comprehensive online archive and educational resource that showcases a diverse and eclectic range of project types and scales.
Together with showcasing older exemplars of enduring merit, we spotlight and celebrate new and recent additions to Australia’s built environment.