Article written and styled by Charlotte Pelletier.
Photography by Josie Withers.
A walking tour and visual guide of Adelaide’s architectural highlights.
11.00am – Crack Kitchen, 13 Franklin Street, Adelaide.
Crack Kitchen is my go to cafe in Adelaide. Designed by Black Rabbit Architecture and Interiors, the interior is so simple and bright. The soft and natural colours are very calming. It’s a great spot to take a break from the the busy city.
Many thanks to Crack Kitchen.
1.00pm – Jam Factory Gallery, 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide.
Thank you for having us Jam Factory.
3.00pm – SAMHRI, North Terrace, Adelaide.
A short walk from the Jam Factory, is the SAMHRI building. SAMHRI is so beautiful and intriguing from the outside, but is even more impressive inside. Its shell filters the light, creating incredible geometrical patterns inside – it is truly Adelaide’s best landmark.
My favourite architecture in Adelaide is modern and new but still has character and an atmosphere. I love simplicity, light and smart use of materials and textures. With thought put into its style, carrying a story and meaning.
Many thanks to the team at SAHMRI.
5.00pm – La Buvette, 27 Gresham Street, Adelaide.
Having grown up in France, places like La Buvette Drinkery bring me back to the country. Its mix between cool chic and traditional is something I love. Designed by the owner, Dom, and interior designers Enoki, (who I happened to do work experience with), they worked with French imported materials and art prints, such as the beautiful Matisse. You could spend hours here admiring the interior.
Thank you for your hospitality La Buvette.