Shed 5 opened last year as a modern Greek restaurant located in Melbourne’s newly renovated docklands on the Yarra river. Melbourne’s Loop Creative chose a contemporary industrial look for the interior using steel and wood in keeping with the history of the 19th century heritage listed docklands.
N.B. We just got word that Shed 5 is closed to create a new expanded concept (we hope the tiled wall stays). For more, visit Shed 5.
Photography via Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.
Above: The large tiled wall is a nod to the 19th century railway station. The antique blue and white tiles are a Mediterranean touch, which tie in with the Greek food being served.
Above: On the ceiling are vintage lights from a British railway station sourced from Trainspotters in the UK. The 120-year-old wood flooring is original to the space.
Above: On the wall is a row of Pressed Glass Bowl Wall Lights by Tom Dixon.
Above: Custom steel shelving behind the bar, with a selection of Greek fare on display. The Work Stools at the counter are by Sean Dix.