Goppion Caffè by Mplusarch, Padova – Italy

August 8th, 2013 by retail design blog

The project brings some warm tones into the space, creating a confortable and cozy environment; dark wood is used for chairs, tables and the main counter: this one-block element is built with reclaimed wood pallets, creating the random pattern in the front. White Corian inserts recreate, together with dark wood, the mix of white cups and dark “just brewed” coffee. Rough metal is used for the wall-mounted product display system, and some green brings the outside life of the “Piazza” inside the shop.

Project by Mplusarch – Alessandro Milanese Architetto
AD and Graphics – Fabio Fedrigo

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