Glorietta | HOSPITALITY

Inspired by the client’s love of all things Italian, Glorietta is a bar and 220-seat restaurant designed to shape a corporate precinct in North Sydney into a…
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a table with plates, bowls and napkins on it
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | Contemporary yet classic, Glorietta Restaurant embraces an Italian-inspired palette. Featuring terracotta and apricot tones paired with olive greens and creams, each hue brings warmth and personality to this space
tables and chairs in a restaurant with plants on the table, near to each other
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | Glorietta encompasses an alfresco dining zone where the warmth and saturation of the colour palette from inside, spill out into this courtyard. ⁠
a bar with stools and tables in front of it
Glorietta Restaurant | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta Restaurant | HOSPITALITY | “The rattan ‘sky’ at Glorietta is highlighted in this view of the restaurant. It is an undulating rib cage of woven clouds. The venue was told as a narrative of an Italian farm”.⁠ - Principal Jeremy Bull. Discover more of this project via https://alexanderand.co/projects/glorietta-2/
a table with four chairs and a vase on it
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | “Katie Snow in our team designed and delivered the furniture for Glorietta. Not only is it punchy and unapologetic, it showcases saturated colours and personality-filled detail whilst still carrying the agricultural Italian narrative with a soft touch," - Principal Jeremy Bull. See more of this project via https://alexanderand.co/projects/
an empty restaurant with wooden tables and stools
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | The use of five different seating options helps to establish different zones within Glorietta. These custom Tasmanian oak high timber tables and stools sit in the middle of the restaurant and create a casual area for diners to enjoy one of the restaurant's famous pizzas and a Negroni together. ⁠Discover more via https://alexanderand.co/projects/glorietta-2/
two vases with plants sit on a table
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | It was a challenging brief to bring to life an Italian restaurant within the silvered volume of this commercial foyer. "Repeating coloured lines on colliding textures brings some spirit to this kitchen niche, while curvilinear plaster cast wall lights add a hand textured patina," notes our Principal Jeremy Bull. ⁠Discover more via https://alexanderand.co/projects/glorietta-2/
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | From the amorphous to the intimate, Glorietta is a venue transformed to reflect our client’s love of all things Italian. A cultural reference point in the North Sydney locale with a strong sense of identity, the space finds its softness and warmth in an earthy palette and gentle tones and materials.
a living room filled with furniture and a tree
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | The innovative transformation of Glorietta from an amorphous commercial venue into an intimate restaurant now appeals to afternoon spritz seekers, late-night fine diners as well as the casual pizza crowd. Glorietta acts as a cultural reference point, encouraging other businesses into the area, to activate the surrounding precinct.
the kitchen is clean and ready to be used as a dining room or office space
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | It was a challenging brief to bring to life an Italian restaurant within the silvered volume of this commercial foyer. Repeating coloured lines on colliding textures bring some spirit to this kitchen niche, while curvilinear plaster cast wall lights add a hand textured patina, notes our principal Jeremy Bull
an empty restaurant with wooden tables and chairs
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | An earthy, organic and warm palette was achieved at Glorietta with the careful selection of contemporary furnishings and fittings. Tonally gentle design elements soften the space from recycled timber, olive​ and apricot leathers and tiling, while the rust-red tables, accents of brass and creams soften the restaurant offering a homely feel.⁠
a restaurant with tables, chairs and bar stools
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | Inspired by the client’s love of all things Italian, Glorietta is a bar and 220-seat restaurant designed to shape a corporate precinct in North Sydney into a lively eating, dining and entertainment destination. Glorietta involved the challenging transformation of a stark, voluminous, double-height glass box within a new landmark tower; void of history, the space was restricted by poor street visibility
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | From the amorphous to the intimate Glorietta is a venue transformed to reflect our client’s love of all things Italian. A cultural reference point in the North Sydney locale with a strong sense of identity, the space finds its softness and warmth in an earthy palette, and gentle tones and materials.
a dining room and kitchen area with wicker couches, tables, and chairs
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | The innovative transformation of Glorietta from an amorphous commercial venue into an intimate restaurant now appeals to afternoon spritz seekers, late-night fine diners as well as the casual pizza crowd. Glorietta acts as a cultural reference point, encouraging other businesses into the area, to activate the surrounding precinct.
a wooden table with four stools and a potted plant sitting on top of it
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY | The use of five different seating options helps to establish different zones within Glorietta. These high timber tables and stools sit in the middle of the restaurant and create a casual area for diners to enjoy one of the restaurant's famous pizzas and a Negroni together. ⁠
a dining room table with chairs and a painting hanging on the wall above it's head
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY
Glorietta | HOSPITALITY |Inspired by the client’s love of all things Italian, Glorietta is a bar and 220-seat restaurant designed to shape a corporate precinct in North Sydney into a lively eating, dining and entertainment destination. Glorietta involved the challenging transformation of a stark, voluminous, double-height glass box within a new landmark tower; void of history, the space was restricted by poor street visibility.