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A place to dine or lounge throughout the day, the Dining Room and Terrace transforms a magical location in the evening, nestled within surrounding buildings which seem like dramatically illuminated urban lanterns. The Dining Room is tonally layered with intricate marble flooring, murals, stucco walls and bespoke furniture.
The Level 9 Dining Room & Terrace levels-up Sydney inner-city dining, placing guests in Sydney’s urban scene, embracing sky plane in a manner rarely seen out of Shanghai and Hong Kong. It is a marriage between European courtyard dining with a tonally layered palette. It’s a promenade down past the open kitchen that builds up the expectation of the experience ahead and then surpasses this by opening out on the terrace, recreating relaxed Australian hospitality at sky plane.Surrounded by lushly vegetated terraces fusing European and Australian botanicals, it is a place to dine or lounge throughout the day and transforms into a magical location in the evening, nestled within surrounding buildings which seem like dramatically illuminated urban lanterns. The Dining Room is layered with intricate marble flooring, murals, stucco walls and bespoke furniture.
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The design of Shell House has been driven by an eclectic mix of multifaceted organic tones and textures. Bespoke furniture, vintage pieces and natural materials in neutral colours are used throughout to allude to an all-new perspective on fun inner-city dining.
The entire venue is a canvas for artist-in-residence Mikey Freedom, whose work merges the frivolity and indulgence of past with present. More than a backdrop, Freedom’s vivid, curated art is installed on the walls, ceilings and in furniture – there’s hieroglyphic walls, mosaic tiled tables, murals, canvases and sculptures.
Ascending the striped marble stair, the upper level of the Sky Bar offers a more impulsive and playful palette of russet tones, a bulbus timber bar and eclectic lounge furniture embracing an internal courtyard that sits under the iconic clocktower. to the half-remembered glamour Sydney, a nod to the theatricality of notorious Menzies Hotel once occupied the building. Opening in the 1960s with a performance by the Beach Boys.