Welcome to the Creative Roundup, our monthly digest of cool things from the world of interior design and hospitality…

Bon Bon Bar, Gothenburg, Sweeden

This unique concept serves cocktails and bon bons in eccentric harmony! With a bold deep red theme, softly lit cocktail tables, and even a human/fox life size sculpture, Bon Bon Bar is an eclectic mix of 1920’s style – a nod to the buildings original design.

At its heart lies a giant 40 metre, marshmallow like sofa in sweet, pink velvet and oxblood leather that winding itself through the bar. 

Wine Saddle, Amuneal

This equestrian inspired wine storage unit from Amuneal creates an artistic installation perfect for displaying fine wines. We especially love the deep red leather!

Pentolina, Melbourne

Inspired by rustic authentic Italian cuisine, Melbourne’s Pentolina restaurant, by Biasol is a slick mix of modernity and classicism taking its cues from Roman aesthetics.

Hand-rendered concrete walls that were uncovered during the renovations of the century-old building have been rejuvenated with a smooth patina finish to create an original feature.

Lindley Lindenberg, Frankfurt

An interesting hotel concept – guests are encouraged to be part of the hotel community through spaces designed to attract people out of their hotel rooms and into the many shared living and lounge areas.

With individual bold designs, the colour palette changes from room to room chosen to emphasise the shift between each shared living-space.

The Herb Room grows produce for the guests to enjoy, either in the vegetarian restaurant or cooked themselves in the shared kitchen. The Parlour offers whisky tasting, a well stocked library and a carefully curated record collection for guests.

Maku Poke Stop, Cancun 

Maku Poke Stop serves up the traditional Hawaiian raw fish dish poke with a Mexican touch and aims to create a feeling of a magical hidden beach.

The interior walls and ceilings are covered in a pale chukum – a traditional plaster that is made from tree resin and limestone – reflecting the smooth atmosphere of the Mexican Caribbean beaches.

In contrast, a bespoke bar and over-sized pots – made from layers of rough pigmented concrete – mimic the rugged Hawaiian landscape.