Alto Café mobile pop-ups, Paris

August 26th, 2013 by retail design blog

Alto Café is a coffee concept in Paris, which aims to bring coffee experience at his highest quality level on the most unpredictable spots. The company developed 4 levels of mobility to deliver his coffee in a countless number of locations.

Working with the best equipment possible (LaMarzocco, Malhkonig…), their Baristas use Alto’s blend and are trained to seek quality at every cup. Because of it’s concept of being “on customers’s way”, Baristas there love to share and interact with customer in their open working space where skills and products are visible for all to see.

Airports, bookstores, professional fairs, roadside, subway stations… Any spot is right for Alto Café. The company is currently developing his franchise network, allowing numerous of location to get a small coffee corner on customers’ way to work or home. The idea of mobility goes as far as making the red modules running on their own water and electrical system without any supply dependence.
















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