Posts Tagged ‘barista’

Voyager Espresso coffee shop by Only If, New York City

February 14th, 2016

It is based on the organization of two circles: one for service, the barista station, and another for seating, the so-called grotto. The barista station can be read as a positive volume, whereas the grotto can be read as a negative volume excavated from the surrounding walls.

Quince Café by Creative 9, Sydney – Australia

June 2nd, 2015

A sculptural-like café kiosk resting inside a suburban shopping centre in Sydney.

Blue Bottle Coffee Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Roastery & Café by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

April 15th, 2015

Japanese studio Schemata Architects has converted an old warehouse in Tokyo into a cafe and roastery for a Californian coffee company.

Café Barista by Interbrand Design Forum, Guatemala

July 1st, 2014

Partitions and a variety of cozy seating options create individual conversation spaces suitable for different sized-groups – intimate pockets within a larger, cohesive environment.

Origo Coffee Shop by Lama Arhitectura, Bucharest – Romania

May 22nd, 2013

The bar is the main element of the interior (almost over scaled for such a small place) and has a jack that allows it to rise from 80 cm during the day to 110 cm in the evenings. It is finished from raw metal sheets for the front face and Corten and oak massive wood for the counter top.

Café Raon by Design BONO, Seoul

June 14th, 2012

The Word “RAON” means joyful in Korean archaic word. The space “RAON” has a particular Korean’s welcoming emotion which is offering a cup of water for the hiker who is step by. The panels which are placed with different axis are meeting some points harmoniously that come into be big forest.