Archive for the ‘café’ category

Passiontree Velvet cafe / dessert bar by StudioMKZ, Sydney – Australia

November 10th, 2016

Diffused halo lighting around the aqua green geometric art deco style motifs was created to provide a heavenly-like ambience to the space. In stark contrast, polished brass seating accentuated the outer boundary.

One Life Kitchen & Cafe by Studio EM, Dubai – UAE

November 8th, 2016

When designing the space Studio EM wanted to make the most of the natural light as well as to create a design that respected the organic produce served in the kitchen, by developing a design that was, earthy, organic and natural.

Blue Bottle Coffee NAKAMEGURO Cafe by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

November 7th, 2016

Horizontal pivot windows installed on the front glass façade help defining the boundary between the interior and the surrounding environment, while establishing a visual relationship of “see and be seen” so that people become aware of each other’s presence wherever they are in the space.

Cicero café by ALTS design office, Japan

November 3rd, 2016

This impression is created only by means of installing iron frames that divide the café without disturbing the overall environment.

Manns café by vPPR Architects, Surrey – UK

October 24th, 2016

The classic material palette combines a pale grey terrazzo floor, painted grey timber panelling, brass fixtures and marble tables.

Cafe by Alberto Caiola, Shanghai – China

October 19th, 2016

A stark combination of textures creates an interesting contrast, with sleek new elements positioned against exposed brick walls. This aspect brings a historical element to the space; the building’s shikumen bricks are part of a traditional, turn-of-the-century housing style typical of Shanghai.

Cafe Sapoon Sapoon by Betwin Space Design, Seoul – Korea

October 14th, 2016

Sapoon Sapoon is a casual space created by KGC in order to be free from the perception, ‘Red ginseng is nothing but health functional food’, while keeping credibility of company and its quality-first spirit.

Emporio Armani store renewal by Giorgio Armani, Paris – France

October 14th, 2016

The interior design, created by the master Giorgio Armani himself and his team of architects, is inspired by the notion of flowing weightlessness, and accordingly features paper-thin walls that seamlessly morph into shelving, or alternatively, open up into connecting pathways.

The Bad Cafe by Nudes, Mumbai – India

October 13th, 2016

The dynamic “skin”, all of 25,992 black cylindrical conduits grafted into CNC’d aluminum composite box panels with acupuncture-like precision shares a peaceful co-existence with its neighbors, its presence gradually unveiled as one meanders through the narrow by-lanes of the historical urban fabric.

Coffee kiosk by PUDDLE, Kyoto – Japan

October 12th, 2016

The translucent exterior – made from a combination of aluminum and polycarbonate – was developed to reference a greenhouse. The temporary structure employs straightforward techniques for set up and taking down, this element combined with its lightweight material allows for it to be reinstalled at a diverse range of locations.

Varietea Tea lounge by ido design, Ahmedabad – India

October 11th, 2016

To infuse serious tea drinking culture to the city and beyond, by the means of interiors and branding WAS THE CHALLENGE and risk at the same time, as the brand had its original identity imprinted on its customers.

Blue Bottle Coffee Roppoingi by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

October 10th, 2016

Main interior finish material is basswood plywood, and the entire walls are composed of regular repetition of wall cabinets with doors, while the strict regularity is moderated by inserting irregular grids of frames encasing several doors.

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

October 8th, 2016

Vector inspired Tables are crafted specifically for this Café. Café M is an intimate space for 18-20 people.

Louverwall café by AND, Paju – South Korea

October 3rd, 2016

The louvres cover a glazed wall that faces out onto the street in the city of Paju and curves over at one corner to form the roof of the building.

Cafe Here & Now by Choreography of Spaces, Bangalore – India

September 30th, 2016

Thus we set out to make a quaint humble space with the warmth of a home and yet humility of a café, a place so designed that guests could enjoy the presence of a community and yet cherishes the bliss of solitude.

Butterfly Milkbar 36 by Thaipanstudio, Bangkok – Thailand

September 29th, 2016

In this project we choose a toilet tile to present all of the design by rearrange the 12000 toilet tiles to make a new space.

CAFÉ ZERO by Studio Ardete, Ropar (Punjab) – India

September 29th, 2016

Designed for the staff of a pharmaceutical factory in a remote location of Punjab, Café Zero came into existence as a purely need – based space. With very limited access to eateries and cafes, the workers required a space where they could have their meals in a comfortable atmosphere.

Crew Offices and Cafe by Henri Cleinge, Montreal – Canada

September 28th, 2016

A line of conference rooms – which can be booked by anyone – is divided by internal partitions and clad in bronze-plated steel to match the ornate detailing of the high ceiling.

Emporium Garden by Packaging Brands, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

September 27th, 2016

The result was to find a balance between the protagonist trace of the construction and the young and relaxed soul of the Garden Emporium, to work this environment almost in a scenographic way, allowing the harmonious coexistence between the spaces of the Institute.

Paras Cafe by The Swimming Pool Studio, Shanghai – China

September 26th, 2016

Tiles, metal meshes and plain cement are selected as the main materials by doing which control the cost. The reception table made up by marble integrated into the environment perfectly and enhance the overall quality of the space.