Visually, the Nishi Gallery is a quiet space. It has garden views and the boundaries from inside to outside are blurred by the ceiling to floor windows along each side. It has high ceilings and a polished concrete floor. Throughout the year, the gallery presents a program of exhibitions that explore curiosities on local identity, objects and their meaning, the natural world, design experimentation and artisanal making. The surrounding gardens can be included as part of the hire of the gallery.
Cocktail (150), Theatre (80), Board room (40)
The Mosaic Room is a private dining space connected to the Monster kitchen and bar on the ground floor. It has a triple height ceiling flooded with natural light and an outdoor terrace with double hung sash windows. It gets its name from its mosaic installation of tiles made by the late Gerard Havekes Gerard Havekes’ mosaic tiles. The room is also home to other giants – cave paintings by Al Stark, a sculpture by North American artist Steven Seigel Steven Seigel’s ‘Xenia’, a large work on paper by Japanese artist Fumio Tachibana Fumio Tachibana’s ‘Untitled’ snowflakes and a large multi media work, ‘Man of Wounds’ by Dutch artist Rik Meijers Rik Meijer’s ‘Man of Wounds’.
Cocktail (80), Theatre (60), Banquet (60), Cabaret (40), Boardroom (35)
Kendall Lane Theatre
The Kendall Lane Theatre is an impeccable theatrette that sits 35 people. It if fully equipped with state-of-the-art projection and surround sound technology. The theatre is regularly used for local film premieres, short film festival screenings and to display multi media artworks. It is available for hire for anything from movie screenings to talks and presentations.
If you are interested in holding a function with us please give us a call us on +612 6287 6287 or fill out the enquiry form below and we’ll get back to you with all the right info.