Coffee culture in Melbourne.
Three Bags Full | Austrailia | Designer Nathan is an opportunistic collector/scavenger of industrial chic. There are lots of quirky design elements, like the former ten-pin bowl lane now a four metre long communal table, stools made from ‘men at work’ recycled road safety signs, hard-to-find light fittings and a host of other eclectic items.
Clement - Stall 89, 116 Cecil Street, Sth Melbourne Market. Just when you thought bustling Cecil Street couldn’t possibly find the space to fit another venture, enter Kris Wood and his hole-in-the-wall cafe, Clement – a tribute to Pope Clement VIII’s role in popularising coffee throughout Europe in the late 1500s. Wood’s goal is simple: to have more people drinking great coffee. A new Spirit espresso machine – imported from Holland and one of the first in Melbourne – shouldn’t harm the cause.