Cafe’ M by Cite’ + Office for Radical Architecture Disciplines, Islamabad – Pakistan

October 8th, 2016 by retail design blog

Cafe’ M is located in F-10 Islamabad. Cafe’ M is conceived as a modern-Chic enclosure. Wall surfaces are morphed into origami-esque details which transforms Wall & Ceiling’s surfaces into multidimensional object. Facade of the shop holds distorted glass panes which alter the appearance of interior composition. Vector inspired Tables are crafted specifically for this Café. Café M is an intimate space for 18-20 people.

Identity of this project is devised from Poly Low which binds the interior design theme with the branding of the design. Project is a collaborative between two Islamabad based firms CITE’ & Office for Radical Architecture Disciplines (O.R.A.D)

Design: Cite’ + Office for Radical Architecture Disciplines
Photography: ORAD

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