Christina Kotsiris draws on Melbourne’s Victorian era when designing Sergy Boy café

Christina Kotsiris draws on Melbourne’s Victorian era when designing Sergy Boy café

  • Array Tereza

  • 7 months ago

Sergy Boy is a multi-experiential cafe bar serving boutique, specialist coffee in Melbourne. The project was crafted by studio Christina Kotsiris Architecture.

“With its European inspired interiors, Sergy Boy pays homage to the spirit of the bustling streets in Melbourne and draws inspiration from Melbourne’s Victorian era, keeping the tradition of ‘the local’. Every aspect of the cafe is designed with the customer exeperience in mind. From chic, industrial interior, Sergy Boy hits all the senses whilst making you feel completely at home. With a refined palette that communicates warmth, elegance and sustainability. soft edges and curved forms are featured throughout the design. The honest and warm textures are further reflected through timber panelling, handmade tiles, leather and rattan inserts into joinery which take on a fresh, modern twist. The vibe is casual and familar for customers to dine in,” explains Christina Kotsiris

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Communal table
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Counter
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Coffee bar
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High table and stools
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Exterior