Shelter Brewery.

A relaxed go-to destination on Australia's West Coast.

Shelter Brewery is the latest brewery to launch in Western Australia. When Paul Burnham Architects reached out to Harrows, we were excited to deliver a range of loose furniture to enhance the site’s design vocabulary.

All of the hospitality facilities and public spaces wrap around and embrace the brewing process. The 650 capacity venue is layered to offer various and variable spaces suitable for both larger gatherings as well as providing smaller more intimate spaces. Astro Stools can be found both indoors and out, enhancing that casual atmosphere, and timber Chord Chairs are paired with large communal tables for bigger dining groups.

Despite the challenge of distance and freighting, close collaboration and clear communication ensured a happy outcome for all involved.

Photography: Rob Frith, Acorn Photo.

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  • Let's Make It. Enduring
  • Light-weight chairs and stools can be rearranged easily
  • Flexible finish options ensure the brand story is delivered clearly
Shelter Brewery with it's fresh outdoor seating
"The chairs and stools supplied by Harrows are key components in the design vocabulary of Shelter Brewery. I was very pleased to work with Harrows on this project and I look forward to the next project together."
Paul Burnham, Owner, Paul Burnham Architect
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