Posts Tagged ‘café’

Brew92 café by Liqui Design, Jeddah – Saudi Arabia

May 12th, 2017

The interior created by the Liqui studio for Brew 92, a Saudi Arabian-based roastery and coffee company, brings together reclaimed wood and brickwork contrasting against copper highlights to create a luxury interior.

Greybox Coffee Café by Drawing Design Studio, Chengdu – China

May 11th, 2017

The palette is defined by variations of grey, largely captured by panels of galvanized steel, tiled flooring, and walls dipped in anthracite, all offset by the warm tones of timber-clad sections and wooden furnishings.

MeMeMi cafe by METROCITY +Design BONO, Seoul – South Korea

May 8th, 2017

Bear Market Coffee by DUA, Dublin – Ireland

April 29th, 2017

The central Machine organises the central circulation space and allows for a coherent controlled flow within the café whilst at the same time framing the view to the harbor beyond.

No. 19 café by Biasol, Australia

April 5th, 2017

Behind the bar, display shelving made from white tubular steel hosts pockets of greenery from Loose Leaf. Timber-topped tables with banquette seating and Pedrali chairs run the length of the space. At intervals, lightweight steel framing with in-built lighting becomes a sculptural element, providing a sense of intimacy without breaking up the café’s openness.

Collegio – Vini Liquori & Cibo by Dacomo e Leonardi Architetti Associati, Roma – Italy

March 30th, 2017

The first objective was to preserve the atmosphere of the past, through a careful restoration of the late Renaissance structure, characterized by towering arches of the eighteenth century reinforcement. Two large rooms that are accessed from the original windows of the time, facing directly on Piazza Capranica: a huge wooden counter and red Verona marble surrounded by stools, oak tables and leather chairs.

3&Barista café by Lines Design Creation and Consultancy, Shaheed Park – Kuwait

March 29th, 2017

Three and Baristas is a Cafe located in Kuwaits iconic Al Shaheed Park. Based on the idea of a market, artisinal items that are handpicked and infused within the menu. Minimal and accented with light blue hues, the brand communicates softly with the imported products. The result is a clean brand direction that makes warm fresh.

Hangop café by Overtreders W, Den Bosch – Netherlands

March 21st, 2017

With a low budget, Overtreders W upcycled the furniture seen within the eatery. The second hand tables and chairs, the walls, floor, bar and stage were all painted in a vibrant orange by volunteers from the local arts center. An upper platform provides an alternative and more casual seating option.

La Crema café by Makemapo, Dongguan – China

March 16th, 2017

The project focuses on extending the indoor space towards the outdoor urban living area, mixing inside and outside. The facade doors, once open, become tables that invite customers to join the patisserie. Its flowing space, between public and private, takes part actively to the CBD buzz.

Lazy Cat Cafe by Span Design, Lidcombe – Australia

March 16th, 2017

The Lazy Cat Café is a relaxing place for informal gatherings, which has been composed of a theme of cats. The interior design fits the title of the café, but also brings a youthful, quirky and playful vibe to it.

Artespa Café by BERI ESTUDIO CREATIVO, Castellón – Spain

March 13th, 2017

Artespa Café by BERI ESTUDIO CREATIVO, Castellón – Spain

Credo café by Little, Orland – Florida

March 7th, 2017

Credo implemented a donations-only concept, the company’s attempt at not being an autonomous consumer, separated from people and means of production. By challenging people to name their own price, consumers assign a value to their coffee and hopefully become more conscious of where their money is going and consider the impact it makes.

Greybox Coffee café, Beijing – China

March 3rd, 2017

Called Greybox Coffee, it’s a newly launched division of chinese high-end flower shop Roseonly, and its very first branch has found an appropriate home at Beijing Kerry Centre, one of many glittering high-rise complexes in this high energy part of town. Special attention has been given to the ceiling lighting, comprising of an expansive grid of wooden boxes, each encasing a spotlight.

Jade Serenity Café by Bethan Gray at Ambiente 2017, Frankfurt – Germany

March 1st, 2017

In the café, a muted palette of sea-greens and blues is punctuated by dyed Italian veneer and solid brass inlay, applied throughout the space by master craftsmen. Above, a sea of aquamarine balloons lower the ceiling, creating an intimate space for guests to relax, reflect, and re-energize away from the cacophonic surroundings.

Shenzhen Maoshuli Cafe by Elsedesign, Shenzhen – China

February 27th, 2017

We had divided the spaces into three areas: Interaction, Dining and Supporting. Interactive areas is an independent glass box with courtyard and outdoor theatre. Dining area is a open plan with bar table island in the middle, also with different levels of book shelves.

Makro Networkplace & instore communication by Brandnew, The Netherlands

February 21st, 2017

We developed a multi-functional space where entrepreneurs can work, network, learn and do business. It is the first visual and physical expression of the transformation that Makro is going through.

Cafe’ Salon by 90id Design, Taipei – Taiwan

February 20th, 2017

Cafe’ Salon by 90id Design, Taipei – Taiwan

EZO Cheesecakes & Bakery Store by Evonil Architecture, West Jakarta – Indonesia

February 16th, 2017

With the touch of white marble for the rectangle tables and cashier stand invigorate the luxury inside the store. The fishbone wood floor with natural color blends a luxurious and calm feeling into the design to create a united and warm atmosphere.

Preach Cafe by De Simone Design, Sydney – Australia

February 16th, 2017

Bondi’s PREACH cafe offers a contemporary health-focused menu with all the organic essentials you would expect with a middle-eastern flavour twist featuring all the classics from fresh made Hummus, Falafel and Fettouch salad, to sizzling skewers and Lamb Kofta.

Café Prado packaging by Miklos Kiss

February 13th, 2017

When creating the design I chose an elegant typography with a simple, classic tracing. In spite of the low budget and the black coffee bag, I would have liked to create an outstandingly aesthetic label which can compete among any other dominant wrapping, since the quality of the products deserves more serious attention.