Millennial Pink isn’t going anywhere and it’s jumping from the shelves to interiors. Let us present to you Level One in Adelaide, Australia as an example. Once a Greek restaurant called Oleo, Level One is the Elektra House’s newest and brightest addition to their hotel. In 2016, they turned to architects Graham Charbonneau and David Bickmore of Studio-Gram to transform their $10 million budget into something fresh for both restaurant and hotel.

Level One is a great example of how restaurant design can be the canvas for bold and boundary pushing choices. Studio-Gram chose Elektra House blue floors and paired it with a a soft pink to create a surprising contrast. Tasmanian wood framing helps ground the two bold colors to bring in an element of sophistication into the mix. Details such as the neon signs and backlit artwork are an edgy addition.

If design weren’t reason enough to come to one of Adelaide’s hippest spots, then Chef Jamie King’s menu will surely be a draw. Referencing his Korean heritage along with local South Australian ingredients, King’s menu is fusion at its best. Or perhaps Level One’s extensive wine-list appeals.