The Terminus Hotel in Abbotsford was a much loved Victorian era corner pub. The aim was to deliver a unique design for this once well-loved pub that caters for today’s patrons while also acknowledging the venue’s illustrious past. The interiors are a modern interpretation of the original pub, with the focal point being the art deco-inspired front bar. In contrast, the spectacularly kitsch upstairs ‘Paris Tropical’ bar space is a nod to the Terminus’ flamboyant history. The various bar areas in the pub offer very differing experiences but are all inextricably linked together to provide patrons with an interactive and connected pub experience. The beer garden thrives with layers of green and lush planting and vertical, charcoal-hued bars that angle upwards like a forest, unruly, and serving as a perfect visual cue to break up the space next to a towering, nondescript wall. Shaded windows in this crumbling white brick façade receive an uplift with a zing of yellow and black edging. The circulation between the internal spaces and the sprawling urban jungle beer garden is designed to be continuous and allows patrons to explore the pub and see what else is going on throughout the venue.