Quince Café by Creative 9, Sydney – Australia

June 2nd, 2015 by retail design blog

A sculptural-like café kiosk resting inside a suburban shopping centre in Sydney. The team at Creative 9 studied how the shoppers will interact with this ‘sculpture’ through analysing the direction of traffic, visibility opportunities and operational management. Although due to space limitations, the space is broken into two parts: the barista bar and the cooking area, Creative 9 threaded the two spaces with sculptures which consisted of metal frames, timber cubes and meshed cages. The boxed concept is then carried out through the custom-made furniture and the signage displays, which juxtaposed in front of the cheerful graphic wall.

Design: Creative 9
Photography: Derek Yang

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