Street food spectacle Beneath a rippling ceiling of suspended terracotta pots, March Studio’s first foray into hospitality design supplants the ordered interior of the former Press Club with an edgy and mischievous new fitout for George Calombaris’ street-food inspired venture, Gazi.

A rolling mass of cheap and cheerful terracotta pots hung upside down from standard acoustic tiling certainly checks the spectacle box.

Melbourne restaurant The Press Club opened at the bottom of the landmark Herald and Weekly Times Building, on the corner of Flinders and Exhibition Streets, in late 2006.

A partnership between celebrity chef George Calombaris and restaurateur George

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