Eibe cafe by Friend’s Design, Seoul – South Korea

December 9th, 2013 by retail design blog

This ‘eibe&cafe’ is cultural space. The children learn a lot of things through experience of product, and their guardian form community while they drink fragrant tea and listen to music. Cream tone paint was used for whole space as main color. We created a simple and warm mood in the space with wood material that used in some part for point as if keep you composure in nature. The chandelier that is in the space and water drop shape that is light scattering on all sides means that children want it to be a shining light anytime and anywhere.

Two-dimensional plywood of birch become in three-dimensions chandelier, and water drop shape mobile is falling. It is point factor that dynamize in immovable space. Decorative structure use moderation that’s why this space contain experience and exhibit all at once, and the product itself is factor that revitalize the inner space. In addition, we planed variable space in order that space change situationaly.

Design: Friend’s Design
Designer: Jin-Young Yang, Kwon Il-kwon
Builder: Kwon Il-kwon / Friend’s Design

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