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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Ivy, Sydney, Australia

Woods Bagot along with the interiors by Hecker Phelan and Guthrie help give Sydney something new
Unlike anything Sydney has ever seen, The Ivy, with a distinct 1950’s glam, offers a dazzling constellation of bars, dining facilities, shops, lounge areas and lifestyle indulgences. It’s a night out, a meeting place, function venue, an escape from reality.

Located in the heart of Sydney’s tight urban fabric of George Street, the 20,000 m2 building offers a public landscaped oasis within a predominantly commercial domain.

The integrated precinct comprises:
- nine boutique retail spaces, which utilises a central alley way
- six bars, two of which offer extensive outdoor spaces
- three specialist restaurants including a New York style grill with a Peter Doyle designed menu
- a specialist venue dedicated to live music performances
- an ulitmate function room which can hold 1000 people on one level. It also includes state of the art audio visual facilities and internet technology
- a two level office facility exclusively for the Merivale Group
- two 500 m2 penthouses
- a lifestyle complex comprising of a pool club and a day spa.

Woods Bagot formed collaboration with Merivale, Cornwell Design, Hecker Phelan and Guthrie for all components of the design. A highly integrated outcome of architectural interiors, signage and hospitality
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