The Stomping Ground Brewery | Studio Y. + placeformspace


Studio Y. and placeformspace have transformed an abandoned cigarette factory into a sturdy and welcoming multi-purpose hospitality space that houses the Stomping Ground Brewery, located in Moorabbin in south-eastern Melbourne.

Set in a unique space that intersects industrial and residential contexts, the firm felt it was imperative to create an inclusive and energetic gathering place for the general public. The venue includes a brasserie, brasserie, beer garden, reception hall for events and related facilities, defined by its industrial-inspired palette.

brewery studio on the ground y.  placeformspace

The design collaboration aims to showcase the brewing and distillery process in all its forms in order to implement the character in the walls. A fully exposed, full-height wood grille serves as a seal between indoor and outdoor spaces. The network provides a number of service functions inside and supports a number of building structures outside. Emphasizing the durable qualities of the construction, the beams can be unbolted and reused or reused according to the customer’s wishes.

brewery studio on the ground y.  placeformspace

brewery studio on the ground y.  placeformspace

The central kitchen, located on the ground floor, acts as a separation between the brasserie to the west and the reception hall to the east. The beer garden connects the two spaces by crossing the north axis, with a staircase located in the beer hall leading guests to a bridge that sits atop the brewing area. A large U-shaped bar that sits between the brasserie and the garden is a prominent feature throughout the grounds.

brewery studio on the ground y.  placeformspace

The brewery’s palette of textures remains raw and rugged, with the blue paint on the brewery’s floor preserved as a recognition of the site’s industrial reveries. The wooden grille, along with exposed brick, concrete walls and other recycled elements allow for a classic yet contemporary industrial feel juxtaposed with green plantings and warm light fixtures. Each luminaire is individual in its qualities, designed to have layers of optimized filters that reproduce the tone of a sunset. A number of luminaires, organized by Ambience, have been created by the company itself in order to maximize sustainability. Many original fixtures from the factory have also been preserved.

brewery studio on the ground y.  placeformspace

Maintaining the warehouse aesthetic and contrasting it with warm tones and unique lighting fixtures, Studio Y. and placeformspace have created a place reminiscent of The Stomping Ground Brewery. Moorabbin sits somewhat like a transition between industrial and residential districts, with its spaces allowing for an inviting brewery experience for travelers from near and far.


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