Jabiru bar & restaurant by Creative 9, Brisbane – Australia

February 18th, 2016 by retail design blog

Named after the post-mining town in Northern Territory, Australia, Jabiru is here to introduce a few spices of Autraliana to Brisbane CBD. Creative 9 has depicted the finishes from the outback landscapes of Australia through rusted metal, sandstone, recycled timber and copper. The organic ceiling feature weaves through the space and ties the elements into one. The concept of the ceiling feature derives from the contour of the abandoned mining site in the town of Jabiru. It is also a lighting feature, which makes this bar sparks at night.

Photography by Derek Yang

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One thought on “Jabiru bar & restaurant by Creative 9, Brisbane – Australia

  1. Nice Article. your design is so good i like it very much.

    Thanks

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