Posts Tagged ‘coffee bar’

EP restaurant by A3 Vision, Jiaxing – China

October 19th, 2017

The metal wine rack is partitioned and grid-shaped in such a way that the spatial shape becomes light and transparent. After this upgrading project, in addition to the Chinese and western food, the restaurant additionally has a food supermarket next to the coffee bar counter

Hunke jewellry and eyewear by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Ludwigsburg – Germany

October 3rd, 2017

We created welcoming interior spaces with high quality materials, forming a perfect and luxurious framework for each watch, pair of glasses and piece of jewellery in Hunke’s collection. In a one-of-a-kind fusion, our concept combines past and future elements and building parts into a sustainable retail concept for Hunke’s family business in Ludwigsburg.

Spirit of Innovation – BYD booth design by VAVE GmbH, Shanghai – China

September 20th, 2017

A dynamic arrangement of breathing luminous elements on the ceiling translate energy streams into the third dimension and let the visitor feel the power behind the EV-technology. With the element of lines on the wall and floor, cars and exhibits visually connect with the booth architecture, thus creating one strong concept.

Ampelmann office by Fokkema & Partners, Delft – Netherlands

April 3rd, 2017

A yellow frame of pipes with 3D printed joints marks the lunch counter. The reception and coffee bar are made of steel frames with polycarbonate sheets, inspired by the Ampelmann gangways offshore. The most omnipresent intervention however, is the double storey volume completely materialized in cork. It holds meeting-, workshop- and simulation rooms. A spacious stair is cut out of the cork volume.

BLEND coffee bar by Kostandian, Shenzhen – China

February 11th, 2017

BLEND’s design caters to the taste of young techies populating the area of the industrial zone. Based on the location and the young demographic of the area, it was decided to have a minimalist approach to the design of both visual identity and interior, following the principles of the icon of clean design in the tech industry – Apple.

Capriole Café by Bureau Fraai, The Hague – Netherlands

January 20th, 2017

The restaurant and coffee experience named Capriole Café is one of the first hospitality concepts in the upcoming industrial neighbourhood the “Binckhorst” in The Hague, which will be developed into a residential and business area the coming decade.

Gyro offices by VOA, New York City

August 21st, 2016

Adjacent to the Reception area is a large Pantry/Breakout space with counter-height farm table communal seating. The open studio area is the largest space in the office, filled with 84 bench-style desks, equipped with an informal lounge area with a drop down projection screen.

Moo offices by Peldon Rose & Trifle Creative, London – UK

August 2nd, 2016

A central feature is the 60-metre-long paper installation, which serves as a visual reminder that paper is at the heart of MOO. Made from over 500 sheets of 2100gsm Colorplan paper, it creates a unique focal point within the space that can be seen from most areas in the office.

Simply Fresh gourmet store by api(+), Doylestown- Pennsylvania

July 6th, 2016

Exposed steel trusses, restored wood ceilings, rugged brick and polished concrete frame a masterful merchandising program and a dynamic shopping experience.

Ted Baker Lancaster Place Grooming Room by FormRoom, London – UK

May 19th, 2016

Inspired by the silver screen, FormRoom created sculpture made out of radio equipment, a vintage television displaying white noise and a miniature television containing a set model of the Lancaster Place Grooming Room.

SK Telecom Americas Innopartners offices by Studio G Architects, Sunnyvale – California

May 12th, 2016

C25 PLUS café by TBDC, Taipei – Taiwan

May 8th, 2016

Irregular masses were applied to integrate with beams and pillars in a complex arrangement. New connections were created for the coffee bar and equipment, ceilings, wall surfaces, and floor to turn original disadvantages into new advantages in the space.

Binder Optik Eyewear specialist by DIA – Dittel Architekten, Backnang – Germany

May 3rd, 2016

In addition to the colour scheme, the use of wood and textiles makes for a friendly atmosphere in the room.

Alliander office by Fokkema & Partners, Duiven – Netherlands

April 1st, 2016

Thanks to creative solutions from the entire consortium in collaboration with employees of Alliander, 80 percent of these resources are reclaimed materials.

Criteo office by HGA Architects and Engineers, New York City

March 30th, 2016

The overall design characteristic of Criteo’s office is reminiscent of hospitality/hotel environments, where the focus is on the ambiance that employees and visitors experience as they first enter and are greeted at reception, and continue to circulate throughout the space.

Hotwind Wanda Outlet by RIGIdesign, Changzhou – China

March 17th, 2016

Smallpox by roughly dividing the amount of geometric shapes in key areas, and the image of a unified whole store, the main color is natural wood color to emphasize a sense of relaxation and life, the space dotted blue brighten the space and through, and acts as a visual guiding role.

Enbridge offices by MartensGroup, Calgary – Canada

March 4th, 2016

These zones of colour are contrasted by a calmer, more neutral palette in the areas dedicated to concentrated work. Alternate work settings, training and social gatherings are further supported by a shared coffee bar lounge space and meeting room facility.

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.

Barclays Africa Digital Development Office by dhk, Cape Town – South Africa

February 6th, 2016

An eclectic mix of high-tech and industrial style furniture and fittings contrasts the raw textures and materials with the gadgetry that the team works with. All of the furniture was either made by contractors to dhk’s design or sourced from local designers – with the exception of office chairs and specialised lighting.

LifeLock offices by RSP Architects, Tempe – Arizona

January 31st, 2016

The first floor incorporates the call center into the corporate culture by including collaborative work spaces, a coffee bar, a game room, expansive views of the lake and outdoor seating. Also important to the culture was a desire to have a large space to accomodate all employees.