The southern Sydney suburb of Kareela has been graced with a stunning new hospitality outlet in the form of Moss Bros, a luxe dessert bar that combines the aesthetic of an Art Deco European patisserie with Asian and Australian influences to fabulous effect.
Bathed in the colour of the moment, Pantone Greenery, the emerald and sage interior was inspired by the highly verdant Moss Bross signature dessert which is available at the chef’s fellow business, KOI Dessert Bar.
“The signature dessert features pistachio mousse, caramel gel, white chocolate matcha dulce cremeaux, pistachio sponge, matcha moss, apple blossom jelly, nitro lime and yoghurt and green apple,” says Rachel Herzberg, executive business director of Collectivus, the design firm responsible for the project.
“I love that the interiors and in-store experience were influenced by the colourful, creative product on offer. If you have seen the amazing deserts on offer at Moss, you will understand the inspiration behind the venue,” says Rachel of the outlet that is the second for Moss Bros – the first is in the Sydney CBD.
Combining green with brass, velvet and timber, the new Moss Bross has certainly raised the hospitality bar for the suburbs and it’s a direct response to the ubiquitous monochrome interiors. “The colour palette was designed to stand apart from the current industry trends of monochrome and concrete venues. The luxury elements such as brass and marble details, feature tiles, velvet banquette seating, detailed lighting and warm timber furniture set the expectations for visitors for the experience they will have in the space,” says Rachel.
1-13 Freya Street