The space for Tow bar, the former fresh food section adjacent to Fuel bistro, is now an extension to the existing food operation of Fuel, capitalising on amended 'drink and dine' licensing laws.
Targetting the more discerning style aware inner city cocktail devotee, this chic offering lays slap bang amidst a well concealed car showroom - thereby securing the Fuel complex as a unique marketing platform for the many marques that the Trivett group retail.
The entry high gloos orange panels act as a divider between Fuel and Tow bar as well as becoming a backdrop for a street level car showcase - visible to motorists and pedestrians alike.
Hard surfaces and industrial elements are softened by the injection of the acidic tones of the dominating artwork , infusing personality in an eccentric pop-art style.
The murals on the wall designed by Deuce Custom Farm cleverly interpret a car engine graphically thereby continuing the automotive theme.
Muted hues, steel and glass panels and exposed track spotlights mingle with 20th century design icons in an understated manner.