SUDS Laundrette by Plus Architecture, Melbourne

August 29th, 2011 by retail design blog

Situated on the ground floor of Society, the Suds Laundrette could easily be mistaken for a funky Chapel St bar. The aim for Suds was to turn a mundane task into a fun and unique experience through design. Taking its inspiration from the Alice in Wonderland checkerboard, the central area of the laundrette is clad in fabricated grass.

Circular cut-outs in the walls reflect the bubbles of washing suds and double as seating. While wood inspired vinyl is used for both functionality and aesthetics.This interesting combination of materials generates a contrast with the washing machines, enhanced by the suspended ceiling, to create a unique and stimulating environment.

Designed by Plus Architecture














http://www.plusarchitecture.com.au/
http://www.hamton.com.au/
http://www.adamwoodgroup.com.au/

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