Hospitality school in Melbourne By edwards moore design Studio
The Melbourne-based edwards moore architecture and design studio, recently accomplished one of its masterwork. The firm entirely re-designed the hospitality school william angliss institute's interior, here, in the heart of Melbourne.
Offering a large panels of teachings, workshops and trainings to its students, the academy was divided into different sections with different themes. Going from the building's ground floor to the top, the main idea was to reduce the strong institutional feeling into a more pleasant and practical environment.
The fourth level was converted into lounge areas, lobby and reception with a soft lighting, cozy and warm ambiance, giving to the apprentices a very insightful professional approach. In addition, 3 themed suites were stylishly designed in completely different ways. First, by combining rough materials, greyish walls and ferrous appliances, the "Brooklyn suite" gives a unique contemporary feeling; The "Kyoto suite" appears more relaxing and calm mixing soft textures and wooden furnitures , while, on the other hand, the "Soho suite" emphasizes on the brightness with fun, playful, yet dynamic features, such as neon lights, wide windows and flashy painted walls.
On the second and third levels , business lounges, work kiosks, flight training set, all provide the students from different academic programs, a unique and pleasant work environment for their studies.
And... That's it !