Code Black roastery by Zwei Interiors Architecture, Melbourne

March 21st, 2013 by retail design blog

Set in an inner-city double fronted warehouse shell, Code Black is the new roastery and headquarters of the Melbourne based Cafenatics operations. With the roasting process on full display and a strong use of raw black steel, stained OSB board and concrete, the space communicates a language of rawness and simplicity as a stripped back, masculine, almost reverential ode to the coffee.

Designed by Zwei Interiors Architecture

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