Leading Melbourne architecture practice Techne Architecture + Interior Design selected terrazzo tiles from Fibonacci Stone as the perfect flooring solution for a new café, Mammoth, located in Malvern.
Celebrated hospitality couple Loren and Jamie McBride called on Techne once again for their latest culinary venture, the Mammoth café in Malvern. The Melbourne design practice had earlier worked on their Richmond café, Pinch of Salt, and Northcote venue, Barry.
One of Australia’s most innovative architecture and design practices, Techne works across commercial and residential projects, while adding its distinctive design touch to Melbourne’s hospitality landscape with venues such as Movida, the Prahran Hotel and Tonka.
Set in a distinctive triangular building on a corner in Malvern, Mammoth is bright and airy, with clean white walls, brown leather stools, American Oak tabletops and splashes of blue on powder coated metal chair legs.
When considering the best flooring solution for the stylish new café, Techne turned to Fibonacci Stone, choosing Seascape terrazzo tiles to enhance the blue accents within the overall design and to add to the café’s tranquil atmosphere.
Featuring a subtle blue composition with muted white and light grey marble aggregate chips, Seascape terrazzo tiles are the perfect complement to the space. From a functional perspective, Fibonacci Stone terrazzo tiles also offer advantages such as high slip resistance, low maintenance requirement and long lifespan of more than 30 years.
Fibonacci Stone terrazzo tiles are a feature of several Techne projects, including Grill’d in Flinders Lane and Dish’d Food Store in Prahran and now Mammoth in Malvern, proving that the best design minds are drawn to the finest design solutions.