Have you ever seen a more adorable bar? (Okay, okay, other than that darn cute tiny Irish pub on wheels.) Wedged in between two taller buildings, the new Pink Moon Saloon bar and restaurant is probably the best thing that could have happened to an alley formerly occupied by dumpsters. Aiming for a campsite-like outdoorsy feel, Aussie firm Sans-Arc Studio essentially created two tiny houses—one for the bar and one for the restaurant—with a courtyard filled with vegetation and additional seating. The interior indulges in a few trendy restaurant decor moves (exposed brick, anyone?), but the bigger vision was to employ as much local materials as possible, including locally sourced Australian hardwood and stone.
Contemporist has more photos.
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