Lit synthetic marble bar at Crown Casino

PHOTO Backlit synthetic onyx on a bar at The Crown.

What looks like fishnet curtains at the Crown Metropol.

What looks like fishnet curtains at the Crown Metropol.

Leather feature wall at Mahogany Room.

PHOTO Synthetic leather wall at the Crown. Adds acoustic and aesthetic

Glass sculpture on reflective glass top at Crown Metropol.

PHOTO Glass abstract sculpture on reflective glass surface at the Crown. Nice idea to fill a space, without taking it over.

PHOTO 2: Metal facade at San Antone at the Crown. Looks like washed or smoked metal plates bolted together and adds nice contrast against the red neon signage.

PHOTO Metal facade at San Antone at the Crown. Looks like washed or smoked metal plates bolted together and adds nice contrast against the red neon signage.

Glass bottle backlit feature at Mary Well at the Crown

Glass bottle backlit feature at Mary Well at the Crown

Plaster tiles on a wall near the retail stores at the Crown

Plaster tiles on a wall near the retail stores at the Crown

Aluminium feature petals that catch the light beautifully in a foyer at the crown casino exit.

Aluminium feature petals that catch the light beautifully in a foyer at the crown casino exit.

Beaded sheet chandelier at the Crown Casino

Beaded sheet chandelier at the Crown Casino

Exaggerated abstract paint feature wall at Crown Metropol.

Colourful and dramatic abstract painting wall feature. Inside the the foyer at Metropole.

Changing rooms at Peter Alexander at The Crown

Changing rooms at Peter Alexander at The Crown

Laser cut metal facade outside the Crown entrance to the food court

Laser cut metal facade outside the Crown entrance to the food court

PHOTO 1: San Antone signage neon and metal grates. Mixes classic Western signage with modern caging on top.

PHOTO San Antone signage neon and metal grates. Mixes classic Western signage with modern caging on top.

PHOTO 4: Timber back-lit skirting on the interior at San Antone. Looks like recycled wood but is made into a feature with the lighting and subtle texture added with the metal caging.

PHOTO Timber back-lit skirting on the interior at San Antone. Looks like recycled wood but is made into a feature with the lighting and subtle texture added with the metal caging.

PHOTO 5: Timber feature wall and panel of logs adds a warmth to the space, also contributing to their outback vibe.

PHOTO Timber feature wall and panel of logs adds a warmth to the space, also contributing to their outback vibe.

PHOTO 7: What seems like recycled timber panels at San Antone is very different and eco-friendly. The colours are all neutral so it doesn't look too busy despite the different shapes and sizes.

PHOTO What seems like recycled timber panels at San Antone is very different and eco-friendly. The colours are all neutral so it doesn't look too busy despite the different shapes and sizes.

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