Late last year we were contacted by Francisco Valles about our acoustic panels. He was renovating his new restaurant Casa de Playa in Mornington (VIC) and wanted to find new alternative ways of sound insulating the venue. As a result he used an Alex&Elle acoustic panel in the ceiling with the design FLYTTFÅGLAR (meaning migrating birds) by one of our Swedish designers, Louise Videlyck. The restaurant opened the doors to the public earlier this year and is really worth a visit. While enjoying a lovely meal or a coffee, as you look up you would see this subtle design of flying birds in the ceiling.
“Beach House Mornington. Originally built in the late 1800's & occupying the stunning heritage building of 39 Main Street, this former butchery has been transformed into an elegant contemporary venue. Spread over 2 floors, Casa de Playa provides a range of entertaining, drinking & dining spaces; from the alfresco outlook on the Main Street frontage to the light filled Atrium on the first floor, there is a place for everyone to make themselves at home.
Coastal post-modern / industrial minimalist in design, Casa de Playa features beautifully crafted & locally produced furniture with colourful & vibrant soft furnishings. Casa de Playa is more than just a stunning venue; it is a lifestyle built on passion & integrity. Hispanic in its roots, Casa is dedicated to working with local farmers and producers, sourcing only the finest ingredients & local wines to bring you the simplest pleasure of eating & drinking "farm to plate”.”