High drama and high energy combine at Concrete Blonde in Kings Cross, Sydney, where the open kitchen includes three barbeques and a rotisserie in the warehouse-style restaurant. Using the existing concrete floors and columns as a starting point for the Michael McCann design, the resulting atmosphere is one where industrial meets state-of-the-art in a vibrant eating space.
The SKOPE Solution
SKOPE cabinets have been used in both the bar and the open kitchen, with the highly polished stainless steel complementing the industrial feel of the restaurant. A range of SKOPE’s customised Pegasus chillers and freezers have been used in the kitchen, with varying doors and drawers to create a clean line of cabinets and for ease of storage and use.