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AWARDS

 

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD - 2017

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Luchetti Krelle's design for Tequila Mockingbird won a silver medal in the Sydney Design Awards in 2017.

Link to the awards page below:

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THE LIGHT BRIGADE -2016

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The Light Brigade was shortlisted for an Eat Drink Design Award in 2016

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EAT DRINK DESIGN

 

 

CLOVELLY HOTEL - 2012

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The Clovelly Hotel refurbishment saw Arcon garner recognition with an MBA Award for Excellence in Construction in the category of Club/Entertainment - Refurbishment up to $5 Million. 

Head to the website following the link below for further detail:

Master Builder's Association

THE CHURCH - 2012

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Arcon won a second MBA Award in 2012 in the category of Adaptive Reuse / Housing $2 Million and over. 

For more detail on this project and award head to the link below:

Master Builder's Association

 

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2009 Best Use of Timber - The Clovelly Hotel

2008 Hospitality up to $5,000,000 - The Crocodile Farm (Ashfield)

2008 Hospitality $5,000,000 - $10,000,000 - The Winston Hills Hotel

2005 Hospitality up to $5,000,000 - Flying Fish Restaurant (Pyrmont) 

 

AHA NSW Awards

 

2016

Best Gaming Venue - El Cortez

 

2015

Best New / Redeveloped Hotel (City) - Collaroy Hotel

Best Casual Dining Venue (City Northern) - Blues Point Hotel

Best Gaming Venue - El Cortez

 

2013

Best Traditional Hotel Bar - Willoughby Hotel

Best Casual Dining Venue (City / Eastern) - Clovelly Hotel

Best Casual Dining Venue (City / Northern) - Willoughby Hotel

Best Entertainment Venue - Cargo Bar

Best Gaming Venue - Eastwood Hotel

Overall Hotel of the Year (City) - Clovelly Hotel

 

2012

Best Contemporary Cocktail / Lounge Bar - The Loft

Best Outdoor / Non-Enclosed Facility - Clovelly Hotel

Concrete Playground

 

STANMORE'S 117-YEAR-OLD SALISBURY HOTEL HAS HAD A MAJOR REVAMP

A LOOK INSIDE NEIL PERRY'S NEW ITALIAN FINE DINER ROSETTA

NEIL PERRY'S FINE DINER TO OPEN IN SYDNEY THIS WEEK

UNTIED

THE BEST ROOFTOP BARS IN SYDNEY

THE NORFOLK AND FORRESTERS CREW OPEN NEW BARANGAROO ROOFTOP BAR, UNTIED

LIGHT BRIGADE HOTEL'S NEW ROOFTOP BAR IS NOW OPEN

WOOLLAHRA'S LIGHT BRIGADE HOTEL REOPENS AFTER HUGE REVAMP

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD IS PADDINGTON'S NEW LATIN AMERICAN RESTAURANT AND BAR

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

INDU

NEWTOWN SOCIAL CLUB

THE TOXTETH HOTEL

 

Broadsheet

 

NEIL PERRY'S ROSETTA OPENING IN SYDNEY NEXT WEEK

NOW OPEN: ROCKPOOL DINING GROUP'S ROSETTA

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD POENS AT FIVE WAYS PADDINGTON

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

THE LIGHT BRIGADE

THE COLLAROY HOTEL

 

NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB

 

BARTENDER

 

TAKE A LOOK INSIDE NEW PADDINGTON VENUE TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

 

GOOD FOOD

 

STANMORE'S SALIABURY HOTEL UNVEILS FAMILY FRIENDLY REVAMP

ROSETTA REVIEW

ROSETTA

FIRST LOOK: NEIL PERRY'S ROSETTA SYDNEY

UNTIED

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD REVIEW

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

JUST OPEN: TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD, PADDINGTON

INDU

INDU REVIEW

EAT OUT: INDU

MEJICO SUTHERLAND SHIRE

 

THE URBAN LIST

 

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

ICONIC NORTHSIDE PUB GETS A BRAND NEW LOOK - NORTHCOTE SOCIAL CLUB

 

TIME OUT

 

THIS 117 YEAR OLD PUB HAS GOTTEN A MAKEOVER

ROSETTA

UNTIED

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

INDU

 

THE SHOUT - AUSTRALIAN HOTELIER

 

SALISBURY HOTEL COMPLETES YEAR LONG REVAMP

 

VENUE MAGAZINE

 

SURF, SAND SCHOONER - THE COLLAROY HOTEL - A beachside gem with a community outlook and an all-day appeal.

Rory O’Brien, Construction Manager for the builder Arcon, picks up on how the gamechanging new aspect came together: “The original Surf Rock Hotel encompassed three terraces. The Collaroy renovation required the demolition of the fourth, all-important northern terrace, which we then reconstructed to present as being similar to the three original terraces, only this time allowing an expansive view to the water. Once the venue’s ‘face’ was turned to gaze up the coast, the interior could be modified to follow suit. A major design element of the hotel was the redirection of the main bar to face the northern aspect. This required extensive demolition of the interior so as to reconfigure bathrooms and traffic zones to be conducive to the new layout. The re-routing of services was tricky to say the least due to the positioning of the basement. Extensive co-ordination was required by all parties.”

 

JAMIE BRINGS ITALIAN TO BRISBANE

LUVVLY JUBBLY - Superstar chef Jamie Oliver’s growing Jamie’s Italian empire has a new outlet in Brisbane’s city centre.

SO HOT RIGHT NOW - The Steyne Hotel delivers Chinese.

HIGH FLYING FISH -  Flying Fish & Chips

ROUGH 'N' RAW - Dee Why Hotel

 

Australian Hotelier, December 2012