Kale Cafe by Yamo, Hangzhou – China

July 31st, 2014 by retail design blog

In Qianjiang garden café located on the second floor, due to the limited height of ceiling, several tree lights are scattered into the space, reflecting the theme repeatedly, at the same time, meeting the needs of lighting of the space. Mini-houses become another design element in the space, by changing its form, it mini-houses become the entrance, bar, showcase, toilet and booth, dividing the space. Together with tree lights, mini-houses create a natural building community space. Sitting in here is like sitting under a tree in the side of village.

Design by Yamo Design

http://www.yamodesign.org/detail/01.html

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