Landmark by Lexus
The 2019 Lexus Melbourne Cup saw the unveiling of the inaugural premier design project, LANDMARK by Lexus - formerly known as the Lexus Design Pavilion.
Transporting guests into the world of Lexus, over the course of the week, a team of world-class collaborators came together to present a brave and immersive experience across three-levels that paid homage to all-things Australian, and culminated in the celebration of the Lexus Melbourne Cup - the race that stops the nation.
To learn more about LANDMARK by Lexus at the 2019 Lexus Melbourne Cup, take a look back at the Making of Amazing.
Lexus Culinary Experiences
LANDMARK by Lexus brought together Australia's finest culinary minds to create unforgettable culinary experiences. Collaborators included Dan Chan, head chef of Eazy Peazy, Luke Whearty and Aki Nishikura, founders of Byrdi Bar and long-time Lexus ambassador Neil Perry.
Helming the largest ever seated dining room within a Birdcage pavilion, the 90-seater level three restaurant was directed by emerging Australian chefs, Matt Stone & Jo Barrett of hatted restaurant, Oakridge in Victoria's Yarra Valley, who served an forgettable four course menu.
To create amazing in your own home, try these recipes from LANDMARK by Lexus at the 2019 Melbourne Cup Carnival.
Lexus is proud to partner with Living Legends, the International Home of Rest for Champion Horses.
The equine welfare charity is home to past Lexus Melbourne Cup champions Rogan Josh, Brew, Efficient and Almandin as well as many more well-loved favourites of the track including Apache Cat, Fields of Omagh and Zipping. These racing icons and their fellow retirees will travel in style, as a Lexus LX takes them to appearances around the country.
"Lexus Australia is thrilled to announce their partnership with Living Legends. As the official vehicle partner, the power of Lexus vehicles will transport all Living Legends retired champion racehorses, allowing the community to engage with these icons,” - Lexus Australia CEO, Scott Thompson.