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The Budapest Café Channels the Style of Wes Anderson

February 26, 2021


The cinematic aesthetic of filmmaker Wes Anderson is amplified across the Budapest Café in the Carlton section of Melbourne. Influenced by its predecessor in Chengdu, China, the café concept was crafted by local design firm Biasol to inspire through offbeat elements and a natural earthy color palette that complements the local design vernacular. “Minimizing the built form allowed us to maximize the space and the impact of color,” says designer Jean-Pierre Biasol, founder of his eponymous studio. “We drew on our appetite for modern abstract art, design, and hospitality to create an immersive gallery-like experience through an exploration of form, function, and color.”

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