Posts Tagged ‘coffee and tea’

Simon Lévelt – The world of coffee and tea by Tchai, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

October 14th, 2017

With today’s coffee and tea drinkers taking interest in everything from product origin to different brewing techniques, our task was to develop a concept with a strong focus on storytelling and with plenty of room for exploration. Furthermore, we wanted to create a look and feel to really fit the Simon Lévelt philosophy of purity and quality without concession.

Invisible branding concept by Laurynas Kamarauskas

July 26th, 2017

Based on one of the 2017 consumption tendencies, the project aims to set forth a new experience for a consumer, to grab inert visitor’s attention, to make visitor stop for a moment and marvel.

Umpqua Bank Flagship by Ditröen, Portland – Oregon

November 13th, 2015



Ditröen creates storied spaces and site-specific installations.

CAFE LA CAKE by M4, Gyeonggi-do – South Korea

July 19th, 2015

Two colors were used for the space. Classic gray was used for the overall space. Meanwhile, purple color preferred by the client was used as a means to add on that extra flavor and to conjure up the image of clean-cut cake cream.

Zens showroom by SchilderScholte architects, Amsterdam – Netherlands

May 22nd, 2015

The first European store of the design brand Zens Lifestyle is situated on Amsterdam’s oldest canal and opened its doors last November.

Carrefour Gourmet Market by Interstore Design and Schweitzerproject, Milan – Italy

April 27th, 2015

Carrefour Gourmet Market by Interstore Design and Schweitzerproject, Milan – Italy

Starbucks Coffee, Portland

April 2nd, 2012

This is the first company-branded store in Oregon to serve beer and wine alongside Starbucks’ coffee and tea beverages and to offer customers an elevated evening food program. For a new, unique look while maintaining the iconic Starbucks brand, designers developed an Artisan Concept echoing the industrial past of urban markets. Inspired by 1930s Modernism, the motif includes exposed steel beams, masonry walls, factory casement glass, and hand-polished woodwork.

Starbucks 15th Avenue Coffee & Tea Shop, Seatle

August 23rd, 2011

Starbucks went back to basics in its 15th Avenue location with a rustic combination of salvaged barnwood, old warehouse lighting, rusted wire chandeliers adorned with clothespins, and large photographs depicting coffee and tea rituals.

Chocolate Research Facility branding & interior design by Asylum

August 19th, 2011

Consider it a world’s first: Chocolate bars offered in 100 different flavours. Conceptualized by a serious chocolate lover, this new brand and concept boutique-cum-cafe draws focus to chocolates – both in taste and packaging.