Fat Shack Vintage Lights in MasterChef Restaurants August 20 2013, 0 Comments

We bet you guys all know about MasterChef Australia, and the real fans amongst you might have even gone to a MasterChef Dining & Bar. Have you ever noticed that besides great food, these MasterChef restaurants also treat their guest to a greatly styled interior? Well, we're super excited to let you know that it's our vintage style pendant lights hanging in the restaurants, and we're proud of it! 
The idea behind the MasterChef dining experience started last year, when MasterChef Australia came up close and personal to the public by connecting fans and foodies to the chefs and dishes made famous by the television series. As Network Ten’s Chief Sales Officer, Barry O’Brien put it: “MasterChef Dining and Bar is the ultimate MasterChef experience, as proven by its sell-out success in 2012. It is a unique and engaging dining experience” (Shine Australia, 2013). And that experience is made possible by not just the food and chefs, but also the fantastic setting.

 

AZBCreative is the company responsible for the fabulous interior design of the two MasterChef restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne. They created a truly unique atmosphere using a variety of our very own schoolhouse pendant lights, glass pendants and edison bulbs. Coincidentally, we mentioned in our last blog post how edison bulbs have been used a lot in up-town restaurants in the past, and by the looks of it this is still very true. With vintage style pendants and warm filament light bulbs, the MasterChef restaurants feels both cosy and hip; just the thing you want when you're enjoying some fine dining with your friends or family.
 
Last year, the MasterChef Dining & Bar sold out in two weeks with more than 5,000 guests visiting the restaurant during the three weeks it was open. There's no doubt it will be popular again this year, and we hope everyone will enjoy the light atmosphere of the MasterChef Australia restaurants that we've contributed to.
 
Are any of you guys giving it a try this year? If so, we would love to hear what you thought of the whole thing!

 

 

(image 1 via chrissmithradio, image 2 via MasterChefDining&Bar, image 3 via AZBCreative)