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48 Baywater Drive, Wentworth Point, NSW, 2127


The Bellagio




Sue & Andy Baker


  • Pet-friendly

  • Recycled materials

  • Industrial

  • Australian commissioned street art

  • Splashes of bold, bright colours

  • Suitable for cyclists, joggers, walkers, families, and locals


  • Revit

  • Photoshop


  • Concept Development

  • Moodboard

  • Sketching

  • Materials board

Entrance Sketch
48 Baywater Drive, Wentworth Point, NSW, 2127

The Waterfront located at Wentworth Point, is a unique opportunity to surround yourself with all of the enviable lifestyle qualities that make Sydney one of the best places in the world to live.

A waterside home, a massive expanse of parks and nature reserves, superb sporting and recreational facilities and Sydney's biggest and most exciting entertainment venues are just some of the features that make life in these beautifully designed apartments quintessentially Sydney. 

Ideally positioned between Sydney's CBD, Paramatta's CBD and Macquarie Park, Wentworth Point is not constrained by preconceptions of north, south, east or west. It is part of a carefully considered living master plan for a unique urban precinct that's right next to a rapidly expanding major business and retail hub.

Le Velo Cafe Location Plan

Le Velo Café pays tribute to the lively coffee and bike culture that thrives throughout inner Sydney. Step inside this electric two-story tenancy and immerse yourself within a space that encourages you to smell the aromas of the freshest ingredients used to create some of the best fusion dishes in Sydney. Sit back and enjoy the waterfront at Wentworth Point, surrounded by a combination of both recycled and industrial materials to create a casual, relaxed, and sustainable fit-out for cyclists, joggers, walkers, families, and locals.

Concept Board

Sue and Andy Baker are a defacto couple, with no kids and two dogs. They are both very keen cyclists. They share a common interest in contemporary art and photography. Together, they want to bring a small slice of the inner city, to Wentworth Point. 

Sue wants this new venture to showcase and pay tribute to Australian local artists. 

Andy ran a coffee shop, bakery, and fresh produce takeaway in Surry Hills, Sydney, where he realised that there is a huge demand for the convenience of a good pit stop, and meeting place and basic bike repair shop along a well-used cycling route in this location.

The coffee and bike culture that thrives throughout inner Sydney, also exists in Wentworth Point due to its proximity to Bicentennial Park cycleways; this culture will inform the overall design concept of this café/retail venture, and in return, will become part of the local lifestyle, catering to the local community and those passing by. A portable takeaway van will be available opposite the exterior of the building, for those who need to keep moving and don't have time to dine in. 

The materiality chosen throughout the space touches on an electric and industrial style fit-out, with the use of recycled materials, bold colours and  commissioned street art.

Le Velo Retail Clothing Rack
Le Velo Takeaway Van Sketch
Materials Board New.png

Polished Concrete by Polished Concrete Solutions

Mesh Wire by Metal Mesh

Glossy Gold Metallic Paint by Resene

White Oak Light Brown Timber by Timber Supplies Sydney

White on White Paint by Dulux

Stainless Steel by Chemetal

Water Raceway Finish Wall Paint by Dulux

Natural Maple Antique Timber by Timber Supplies Sydney

Bright Delight Finish Wall Paint by Dulux

Polished Brass by Chemetal 

Dandelion Yellow Finish Wall Paint by Dulux

Plywood Maple Veneer by Timber Supplies Sydney

Elmonordic Semi-Aniline Leather by Instyle

Grey Mosaic Tile by Beaumont Tiles


Gray Mosaic Tile by Beaumont Tiles

Semi-Aniline Leather Upholstery

Cover Page

Full Documentation Set

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