Corso Interior Architecture designs street bistro concept for Sri Lankan chain Drums
Drums is one of Melbourne’s most well-known chains offering exotic Sri Lankan and Indian dishes. Their latest dining spot was designed by a multidisciplinary design practice Corso Interior Architecture.
“Over the years the concept has grown from strength to strength, extending their arms to outer suburbs of Melbourne by actively taking part in many street festivals that promote Sri Lankan culture, the heart of the food. Their concept site remains at the Queen Victoria Market, and is also regularly featured at Federation Square, Nightjar, Preston Market, Dandenong Market, Werribee Market and other regular events in Melbourne. With the latest branch opening early in 2019 at Brimbank central. Drums street food is highly popular amongst Melbournes community, boasting colourful fresh flavours. Drums brings a strong theme “Kotthu Roti”, the concept is based around the theatre of cooking. The customers experience the food ‘street style’, with the noise, smell and the visual,” says Corso Interior Architecture
- Location: Melbourne, Australia
- Date completed: 2019
- Size: 320 square feet
- Design: Corso Interior Architecture
- Photos: Ting En Wong