Project Team

project managers: Split Watermelon Design
signage: fremont design


carpet: Feltex
bar front: 3DWallpanels
bar top: Caesarstone
floortiles: Classic Ceramics
lighting: Satelight, Koda

The interior design concept at St George Motor Boat Club was inspired by club’s waterfront location. The aim of the team of interior designers at Split Watermelon Design was to create an interior that fuses the pristine landscape outside of the club with the inside, creating a light and airy space that evokes the club’s nautical connection.

Cubic Pendants

Each cluster consists of four smaller square pendants, spaced approximately 100mm apart, to create an overall 1800 square x 600mm high feature. Originally, the architect was looking at just producing extra large pendants, however to keep freight costs down and make installation as easily as possible, Satelight recommended that the feature pendant be made out of grouping smaller light fittings together. All the lights have white cotton fabric shades and diffusers.


Through a colour scheme of blues, crisp whites and timeless greys, the theme is classic and blends with the surrounding views. The timber finishes, textured fabrics and patterned elements make the palette fresh, warm and interesting.

The primary carpet was custom designed for the club using cool tones and wavelike patterns, while the bistro carpet design is less intricate and takes inspiration from the round windows replicating the existing “porthole” design.

The interiors have been meticulously custom designed to suit the space and its idyllic setting, by re inventing the existing and creating a perfectly balanced mix of style, comfort and timelessness.

Club Signage

This sign is fabricated 3D individual letters with white halo illumination.

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