F-Coffee by Wangstudio, Dong Hoi – Vietnam

March 13th, 2015 by retail design blog

F – coffee was designed based on the basic concept of minimalism, brick, concrete, stone floor, trees and water to create a concise and emotional space.


There are three main spatial layers, the first layer is a garden space with trees and water; the second one is a corridor with direct connection with the water and garden. The third layer is in the center, where customers can enjoy their privacy and air conditioning can be used when necessary. The café’s space is made up of 24 brick arches, in which an unique visual language is used, thereby transmitting the way we focus on to create the architectural space: Using least to achieve the highest efficiency.

Design: Wangstudio
Photography: Hiroyuki Oki














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