The first southern hemisphere hotel from the Ace Hotel Group has now opened in Surry Hills. The new 18-storey hotel was developed on the site of a former brick factory, Tyne House, which was built in 1916 and is one of the first ceramic kilns in the country. The Tyne House facade remains and the development now comprises of 264 rooms, a ground-floor restaurant, bar and cafe in a communal lobby, and a rooftop restaurant and bar.
Builder | Hickory
Project Manager | Time & Place
Developer | Golden Age
Wayfinding Design | Studio Ongarato
Our team project managed the manufacture and installation of all of the feature signage.
Ceramic Kiln – Room Numbering
The Architect, Flack Studio has taken inspiration from the colours of the Australian desert, paying homage to 1970s suburbia with a burnt orange and tan sunken lounge on the ground floor and colour pallet throughout the guest suites. The public areas of the hotel are filled with artworks by local artists Tony Albert, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Nadia Hernández and many others.