Given the unique brief for industrial and warehouse-style furniture, Inside Out worked with Design LSM to supply metal and upholstered side chairs along with black table bases and ‘charred’ table tops to meet the desired worn-out character.
The 240-cover restaurant pays homage to the religious reverence that the founders James Douglas and Scott Munro pay to the art of barbecuing.
The diner is immersed into an ambiance that recreates the atmosphere of the rustic shacks and warehouses that James and Scott frequented on their annual pilgrimage of discovery across Southern America.
To ensure this identity was translated, Design LSM made the materials the main focus – creating a stripped back interior using an array of industrial materials including 3D cladding, glazed steel caging and re-purposed timber.
The rough materials and brash graphics combine together to create a raw and masculine aesthetic communicating to the diner the inspiration and passion that the brand has for the homeland of the true BBQ.
- Design LSM