The Kafe – Yard by PHAMQUANGDUC, Hanoi – Vietnam

July 26th, 2016 by retail design blog

Located at the The Yard Shopping Mall, 67 Pho Duc Chinh, Hanoi. The Kafe is an open space, with well-lit and natural daylight, simple but cozy decorations. This area used to be a derelict factory, which was transformed into an interesting complex. It is hard to imagine that you are in a decade-old industrial building.

The boundary between the indoor and outdoor are blurred. The garden was covered with a glass canopy that shields us from rain. Here, you can take a sip from your cup of coffee while simultaneously enjoying the sunrays filtering through the leaves and appreciating the playful chipmunks. Such an original and inviting ambience is rare in a hustling city as Hanoi.

Designed by PHAMQUANGDUC Architecture-Interior
Photography by LeLai

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