2017 Eat Drink Design Awards shortlist: Best Cafe Design

Announced on 18 August 2016, the shortlist for the 2016 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 22 projects for Best Cafe Design.

Au79 Cafe by Mim Design.

Au79 Cafe by Mim Design.

Image: Peter Clarke

Moss Bro by Collectivus.

Moss Bro by Collectivus.

Image: Michael Wee

Sensory Lab by Foolscap Studio.

Sensory Lab by Foolscap Studio.

Image: Tom Blachford

Best Cafe Design

333 Regiment – Guru Projects

Au79 Cafe – Mim Design

Brioche by Philip Eastland – T A Square

Edition Roasters “Tamate Bako” – Amber Road

La Cantina – Blank Creatives

Long Shot Café – Loopcreative

Maude – Ctrl Space

Middle South East – Biasol

Middletown – Studio Tate

Moby 3143 – Golden

Morris and Health – Ritz and Ghougassian

Moss Bro – Collectivus

No. 19 – Biasol

Penta – Ritz and Ghougassian

Pitch and Fork Cafe – Georgia Cannon

Sensory Lab – Foolscap Studio

Sloane Ranger – Architects EAT

St Martins – Larritt-Evans

STREAT Cromwell – Six Degrees Architects

The Dessert Kitchen – Matt Woods Design

Tom Thumb – Studio Edwards and Joseph Hoang

Workshop Brothers, Glen Waverley – Studio Esteta

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

The winners will be announced Tuesday 14 November at the official awards ceremony held at The Arts Centre in Melbourne.

The 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards are organized by Architecture Media and supported by principal partner Taubmans; major partners Planned Cover and Shadowfax Wines; and supporting partners Tait, Stellar Works, MAP Furniture, Schiavello and Latitude.

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