Acrylic blades in bespoke pink add vibrant edge to Brisbane bistro

The architectural
fabrication team at Allplastics Engineering customised acrylic blades for the Eagle
Lane bistro in Brisbane.

A restaurant,
cocktail and espresso bar as well as a laneway kiosk for city dwellers on the
move, Eagle Lane operates out of a vast industrial space softened with
mid-century modern touches such as brass and copper accents, cognac leather
seating and sculptural timber ceiling.

For the special
fitout, the Allplastics team created a custom made vibrant edge on the 10mm
thick acrylic L-shaped blades in a bespoke pink colour chosen by the project designer
Pinto Tuncer in Melbourne and professionally installed by Unita project
managers in June 2019.

The bistro’s twin
curved espresso and cocktail bars are topped with pink and clear acrylic panels
that play with the light angles and accentuate the scale of the available space.

Vibrant Edge is an
innovation that allows designers, architects and exhibition managers the
latitude to introduce a wide variety of colours as well as black or white edges
in fitouts, showcases and joinery fixtures.

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