Vine & Grind

The brief was simple on this project – design a kiosk that has an Italian espresso feel. Located at the entrance of Westfield Liverpool within a huge atrium space, we had the height to create the perfect overhead structure. The structure provided the opportunity to hang foliage and attach signage. Beautiful hand-made terracotta tiles were selected for the counter front, marble bench tops and Porters paint’s Palm Beach black was applied to timber paneling. An additional seating area connects to the main structure with vintage lights hanging over. This is what the client said about working with us:

“From the moment we stepped into MorrisCo Design and met Alex we knew it was the company we wanted to work with. Their portfolio was outstanding and all of their design work left no stone unturned when it came to attention to detail and bringing a concept to life. The style of their recent jobs was what drew us in…an ‘overall experience’; created by clever and well-planned design work. The briefing process almost seemed too easy; a few dot points on what we wanted to achieve and the first set of drawings were swiftly on their way. MorrisCo Design always fulfilled their promises and delivered their work on time which was crucially important in our circumstance due to tight time constraints. The overall concept exceeded our expectations and we didn’t feel a single thing should be altered from what was presented to us. We found great comfort in Alex because of her genuine caring nature and patience. Alex never hesitated to take our calls and respond to our emails immediately which we greatly appreciated from a customer point of view. We couldn’t recommend MorrisCo Design enough! The architects and interior designers are very special girls who are extremely talented and passionate about their jobs; which was evident when our concept came to life!! We couldn’t be happier and will definitely continue to use MorrisCo Design’s services in all of our projects to come. Thank you so much for bringing our dream to life!”

Lisa Cavallaro

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