French Press Café by Design 360, Chandigarh – India

July 16th, 2015 by retail design blog

The French Press Cafe is the ultimate spot for anyone looking for a cozy cafe experience. With a warm timber wall, glazed tiles, white lamps and delectable coffees lining the counter, the French Press Cafe` looks like a place you could hang out all day long from breakfast through afternoon tea. The design and decoration of this cafe was done with all recycled and reclaimed materials! Timber off cuts from local furniture makers were use to create a puzzlerific wooden wall and leftover brick tiles from kilns used as wall cladding. Decorations and furniture were sourced from nearby flea markets. The result is warm, cozy and even a touch bit rustic, all which align with their identity of ‘foods and coffee with a smile’.

Design: Design 360 / Navdeep Sharma (Principal)
Photography: Paramjot Singh

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