Archive for the ‘café’ category

The Coffee House Signature by BODC, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 5th, 2018

Therefore, our design is based on that orientation, we created a central coffee bar that our customers could launch their vision to the entire spaces from their sits. Besides, we also have an area that people could use it as a co-working space with nice views of the garden through a large glass frame.

Grandma Bakery&Cafe by Zemberek Design, Istanbul – Turkey

April 3rd, 2018

Dominance of white in different patterns and materials used in the store formed basis of the atmosphere in points of matching up with brand’s corporate identity and supporting the integrated construct. As warm and familiar materials like solid wood and ceramic refer to warm identity of the store, hand-made and distressed brass details are used for supporting brand’s artisan attitude.

Tangram Cafè by AFA Arredamenti & Correa Granados Architects, Milan – Italy

March 27th, 2018

It is a place with sober and delicate colors, with rounded elements and plays of light that make it particularly pleasant and relaxing. The tables in light wood match with the counter, floor and part of the walls.

BK’s Takeaway by Studio Grayscale, Trafalgar – Australia

March 26th, 2018

The concept encapsulates a black ceiling, with their new signature orange colour, wrapped over via C-channel beams. A timber light fitting is suspended from the ceiling, over tables & banquette seating, and a customised cartoon is applied to the walls.

Bar Gelateria Norcineria Iper Rossini by AFA Arredamenti, Pesaro – Italy

March 25th, 2018

Wooden counter, just like the chairs. The white plan, combined with the dark brown of the underneath, creates a pleasing contrast to the eye.

Espresso shop by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion – Greece

March 22nd, 2018

The visual integration is achieved by the creation of internal balconies which work as picking holes where the customers can take crooked glances of the facilities of the upper floor and vice versa. For the facade the combination of dark grey and white was chosen in order to emphasis the entrance and make its mark.

SNOOZZ Cafe by davidsign, Oradea – Romania

February 23rd, 2018

We painted part of the walls and the ceiling in dark grey to add contrast and intimacy to the atmosphere. For warmth, we opted for the wooden finishes of the tables & chairs, paired with the soft, textured fabric that hugs the chairs.

Joe and the Juice by CDS Group, London – UK

February 16th, 2018

Starting with just a shell, CDS Group were responsible for fitting out the entire stores – from the flooring, stud partition work, all mechanical elements, along with decorative finishes which create the brand’s distinctive Manhattan style.

Café-Office-Shop by Konrad Knoblauch GmbH, Markdorf – Germany

February 1st, 2018

As the unusual sounding name suggests, the 1500-square metre area consists of three parts: The office for some of the roughly 240 staff members, the shop for designer furniture from Knoblauch’s own production or from well-known brands, and the semi-public café.

Daodao coffee by HAD Architects & EPOS, Intime City / Chengdu – China

February 1st, 2018

Woods with warm colors can create a natural and comfortable atmosphere; overlapping dark metal punched panels play a role of rail to partly shield the space and keep the privacy.

The Budapest Café by Biasol, Chengdu / Sichuan – China

January 30th, 2018

The Budapest Café is designed to feel feminine, light and fun, despite its loftiness and exposed structure. A pink ball pool, neon signage and original Eero Aarnio Bubble chair inspire playfulness, and the bathrooms surprise with speckled pink terrazzo to complement and contrast with the nostalgic-green hues of the café.

101 café by Far Office, Changsha Shi / Hunan Sheng – China

January 19th, 2018

We decided to locate a living room at the bottom of the plot, in the darkest area. We introduced plenty of pendant lamps, dropping from a square bamboo ceiling as the space centerpiece.

Original Bakery by D+space design, Jiangsu – China

January 15th, 2018

The first floor lets the sunlight in by using the large French windows, through the plants on the window to show mottled patterns on the ground, scattered seats and bars are in the sun, the ceilings are separated orderly by wooden grille, not only the sense of form is strong, but also it can make focusing, with warm lights to create the effect of indoor warm sun.

ROMOLA Cafe and Restaurant by Andrés Jaque Architects, Madrid – Spain

December 19th, 2017

Described as a ‘marble-made tent in the galaxy’, the interiors stand out among the more common austere cafeterias of Madrid.

Black Drop Coffee Shop by ark4lab of Architecture, Kavala – Greece

December 19th, 2017

Α wooden platform built in levels and positioned towards the ‘Kapnergaton’ square removes its boundaries with the exterior transforming the coffee shop into an urban space of gathering. this emerging urbanity is complemented by a wooden structure with references to the parametric design where the user can sit and enjoy the coffee in different ways.

Starbucks café by Wei Xu, Yangshuo – China

November 21st, 2017

By utilizing space composition, local materials, post-modern and various elements, the combination between traditional and contemporary details gives a surprise balance to any customer who sets foot inside.

Yeotown Kitchen by Brand Creative, London – UK

November 15th, 2017

The positioning for Yeotown Kitchen was defined as ‘a mindful food experience’, inspired by the laidback, healthy feel of LA whilst alluding to the the serene nature of the Yeotown British coastal lifestyle. Brand Creative went on to develop the concept from their Dubai studio, combining natural textures with bright pops of colour to envisage a modern, health-conscious city retreat.

La Floraison by Vie Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 28th, 2017

A classic shopfront of clean frames and glazing are used to draw patrons in, allowing an opportunity to get a glimpse of the interior before entering. The façade uses darker tones to introduce a sense of masculinity to contrast the feminine floral motifs.

146 I Love Coffee by Yellow Office architecture

October 24th, 2017

The area allocated for this space was the parking lot of the building. We wanted to create a covered yet open space that could be used not only by the smokers but also by other employees for a coffee break.