East St. Hall is a multi-purpose space based in what was once the community hall to the Samoan church on the corner of East St. and Galatos St. It is a mid-century modernist building nestled in the industrial uptown cityscape that sits just off Karangahape Road.
The soaring mid-century space is airy and light-filled, with an eye-catching colour palette and interior fit-out from the renowned interior designer Katie Lockhart. Yves Klein blue tables with lilac accents and rust-coloured walls set the scene for a very memorable interior.
Shaped with openness at heart and designed as a neighbourhood focal point, East St. Hall is a home for food, art, culture, and music. Bringing people together around a modern canteen inspired by the food culture of Tel Aviv, a thoughtful menu of pitas and plates and a bar focused on organic wines, fresh beer and citrusy, herbaceous cocktails.
Shaped with openness at heart and designed as a neighbourhood focal point
Katie Lockhart wanted a stool that that would sit comfortably in the bold and playful interior of the East Street Hall. The Tokyo stool is a postmodern icon that was perfect for the space.
The soaring mid-century space is airy and light-filled, with an eye-catching colour palette