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The General Assembly位于墨尔本南码头，沿雅拉河享受城市风光，它被誉为是啤酒天堂。设计师希望通过对该黑暗洞穴式建筑的一系列改造，将其变为四季皆宜的啤酒屋，让人全年共享欢乐时光。
Located on South Wharf alongside the Yarra River in Melbourne, The General Assembly is a modern day ‘Church for Beer’. The design challenge was how to convert a vast cavernous space, lined with white plasterboard and pictures of climate change skeptic Lord Monckton, into a warm and inviting pub that would successfully trade through the cold winter months as well as the warmer periods of the year.
▼啤酒屋享受河岸及城市景观，the pub enjoys a beautiful cityscapes
▼室内外座椅令来者享受四季皆宜的饮酒体验，seats of both inside and out creates a welcoming space for all seasons
A palette of warm plywoods and mirrors, with copper and marble detailing to the bar to provide intimacy. The high level ceiling was blacked out to help control the perceived height of the space, focusing activity at the patron level. Large copper ‘duo tanks’ with exposed beer pipes were prominently located in the air to celebrate the delivery and consumption of beer.
▼木材的选用让空间增加温暖之感，A palette of warm plywoods provide intimacy
Most prominently, a Hagia Sophia inspired steel chandelier was hung from the roof further helping to animate the large space. Only on closer inspection does the punter realise that the light pendants are frosted Carlton Cold bottles putting an otherwise unpopular beer to good use! Other adornments, such as a projection of Notre Dames famous circular window as well as strips of red velvet, have an air of church and confession about them.
▼挑高的天花板让空间环境更为开阔，the high level ceiling was blacked out to help control the perceived height of the space
▼屋顶的巨型灯饰设计灵感来自于教堂顶灯，a Hagia Sophia inspired steel chandelier was hung from the roof
Completion date: 2015
Building levels: 2
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