2019 Eat Drink Design Awards shortlist: Best Cafe Design

Announced on 23 August, the shortlist for the 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards includes 17 projects for Best Cafe Design:

A Cafe Called John – Terroir Architects

Campos Gasworks – SP Studio

Dagwood Deli – Sans-Arc Studio

Hanna’s – Kosloff Architecture

Industry Beans York Street – DesignOffice

Lobbs Cafe – Techne Architecture and Interior Design

Marchetti 545 – Cameron and Co

Monash University Sable Drop Cafe – Jackson Clements Burrows Architects (JCB)

Mr Robertson – Maria Danos Architecture

Newbie – Material Creative

Rustica Melbourne Central – Bergman and Co

Saint Dreux – Arkhe Tekhne

Saint George Dining – H and E Architects

Sisterhood – Biasol

St. Ali – Jackson Clements Burrows (JCB)

Veneziano Cafe – Techne Architecture and Interior Design

Via Porta – Studio Esteta

See a full gallery of shortlisted projects here.

The winners will be announced Tuesday 12 November at a ceremony to be held at Metropolis in Southbank, Melbourne.

The 2019 Eat Drink Design Awards are organized by Architecture Media and supported by major partner Chandon Australia; supporting partners Latitude, Ownworld and Roca; and event partner Four Pillars Gin.

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