Marrickville Warehouse

Marrickville Warehouse

Adele McNab Architect
Sydney NSW, Australia
Project Year
Ben Hosking

Marrickville Warehouse

Adele McNab Architect as Architects

The kitchen is at the heart of the warehouse space with its open, warm and comfortable design. The concept is designed for people to gather, conversate, cook and inspire conversation about sausage making. With capacity for cooking classes, a specially designed sausage making room, and interactive product display, the space makes butchery fun and accessible to all.


The upstairs area has been doubled through building a new mezzanine. Exposed raw concrete replaces the old plaster board walls and an open balustrade allows visibility and flow into the downstairs production area.


A new double height ceiling is integrated with pendant lighting to create both a lofty and intimate experience. The ceiling is in a tonal green to complement this.
The material palette consisting of concrete, stainless steel and plywood, give a no frills and fresh look consistent with the business’ focus on transparency and innovation.

Translucent polycarbonate walls and lightwells spread natural light throughout the whole warehouse. Round portal windows also provide light into, and visual relief from, the confines of the refrigerated area. These features limit the need for artificial lighting and make the space more enjoyable to work in.

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