- Kingscliff Beach Hotel

Mixing traditional and modern style on the Kingscliff Coast

The Kingscliff Hotel is one of the oldest surviving buildings in the town, erected in 1932.

The Tap House commissioned Lightwave to integrate traditional with modern style, while still capturing the breathtaking views of the Kingscliff coast.

We came up with a detailed design of joinery and furniture and created a clever division of space using architectural design and colour.

From their website, in their own words

“The venue’s eclectic design brings together the unusual and unexpected, from unique pieces of vintage and contemporary designer furniture to industrial fans and polished original timber floorboards. Vintage sofas, wingbacks and high gloss white Peacock chairs from the 1960s and 1970s are here to be enjoyed.

Babalou is four venues in one: our vinyl record library for enjoying analogue sound from our extensive library; bustling main room and balcony and our bathing box booths for the more private dining experience.

With our commitment to minimising our carbon footprint all four facets of the venue are separated by nothing but open space, allowing the circulation of fresh ocean breezes to move unhindered.

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

CLIENT
Tap House Pty Ltd

LOCATION
Kingscliff, NSW
AUSTRALIA

FLOOR AREA
1405M2

COMPLETED
February 2010

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
NA

PROJECT VALUE
NA

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