Über Cafe by DEHAB AT WORK, Tel Aviv – Israel

September 25th, 2014 by retail design blog

Über Cafe is located in Gan HaHasmal neighborhood an upcoming artistic area with hipster vibes. The place was designed to be open with no doors to the outside in order to act as a neighborhood kiosk and to be more inviting to human traffic! The use of retro materials like the familiar Venetian straw cabinets and wooden shelves combined with the exposed concrete celling and concrete floor brings out a little bit the Berlin atmosphere.

The counter top of the display is build from 15×15 white tiles framed with row metal to create a more rustic feeling, laying on an exposed concrete base with its natural greyish color. The menu is printed on wooden framed mirrors suspended from the ceiling with metal chains adding up to the stirring of materials in the space.

Designed by Itzik & Fay from DEHAB AT WORK
Photography by Doron Kadlec

About
DEHAB AT WORK is a creative design studio based in Tel Aviv. Founded by Itzik & Fay in 2008 in Athens, Greece been involved in various projects and having worked in New York for 3 years they have been exposed in a variety of design and technical knowledge in order to uncover the individuality of each project. The studio is mainly involved in the fields of interior design of commercial and residential projects.

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