When: October 2011 – Ongoing

Client: STREAT

Location: 5 McKillop St, Melbourne

Team: Tim Derham, Ammon Beyerle, Michelle Emma James

here studio met STREAT around May-June 2010 at Donkey Wheel House, during the early workshops of Hub Melbourne. After completing the design and build of the Flemington site in April 2012, here studio assisted STREAT in setting up their new location on McKillop Street.

STREAT is a social enterprise, that finds homeless or at risk young people and trains them for long term employment in hospitality, through operating food and coffee ‘STREAT’ carts in Melbourne. All of the proceeds from their work go to supporting the training and support program.

McKillop is now their fifth site after Flemington, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Central and Federation Square. It is STREAT's first permanent cafe in Melbourne's CBD.

The first phase included small fixes, thorough cleaning, painting and some features for branding, better functioning and storage. There are loose plans to eventually do a major renovation that would include removal of the false ceiling.

(Last update 17/8/2012)


When: October 2011 – Ongoing

Client: STREAT

Location: 5 McKillop St, Melbourne

Team: Tim Derham, Ammon Beyerle, Michelle Emma James

here studio met STREAT around May-June 2010 at Donkey Wheel House, during the early workshops of Hub Melbourne. After completing the design and build of the Flemington site in April 2012, here studio assisted STREAT in setting up their new location on McKillop Street.

STREAT is a social enterprise, that finds homeless or at risk young people and trains them for long term employment in hospitality, through operating food and coffee ‘STREAT’ carts in Melbourne. All of the proceeds from their work go to supporting the training and support program.

McKillop is now their fifth site after Flemington, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Central and Federation Square. It is STREAT's first permanent cafe in Melbourne's CBD.

The first phase included small fixes, thorough cleaning, painting and some features for branding, better functioning and storage. There are loose plans to eventually do a major renovation that would include removal of the false ceiling.

(Last update 17/8/2012)