The entrance to the Jimbo and Rex cafe delights the senses with a mix of hard surfaces including brick, timber and stone. The decorative plates add another playful element that invites you deeper into the space.
The large circular perforations in the metal screen at the Crown complex provides separation between spaces but also permeability inviting observation into the space. The circular pattern is also reflected on the detailing on the waste bin.
This wall in the Jimbo and Rex contains copper coloured mirrors that reflect into the space and echoes the warmth created from the hanging copper coloured pendant lights hanging throughout the restaurant. The strength of the rafters as a strong design element is also evident in this photo.
A recurring design element in the Jimbo and Rex is the use of copper coloured hard surfaces. The reflective copper coloured subway tiles behind the bar provides another balance point for the use of this metallic feature throughout the space.
The ampersand symbols on the back wall of the Jimbo and Rex Restaurant provide another point of interest in the restaurant as do the timber rafters in the ceiling. This contrasts with the dark rendered wall and timber laminate cladding on the shelves located on the left hand side of the space.