Have you ever seen so industrially gorgeous and a café at that? You can check out The Old Library, which is originally a church that can be traced back in the 1908 and later converted to a library in the 1970s. Who would believe that this church-turned-library is now bears a restaurant design?
This beautiful restaurant was created and completed by Hecker Guthrie in collaboration with its owner Mario Kalpou. It is located in the suburban Cronulla in Sydney, Australia and I am deeply impressed by this incarnation.
I always have a soft spot for classic designs and if you add some touches of modern glamour then all the more the space becomes appealing. The same is true when I checked out The Old Library, which has amazing restaurant interiors and truly remarkable design approach. (Via)
Posted by JackieAzuela at 29 January, 2013