Posts Tagged ‘coffee’

Hatch Cold Brew coffee by Tung

May 30th, 2017

We developed a clean, contemporary brand identity suggestive of Hatch’s artisanal influences, that appeals to both the coffee connoisseur and the everyday, adventurous coffee consumer.

Mirage Arabica Coffee Concept by Karen Gevorgyan, Armenak Grigoryan & Maria Gevorgyan

May 19th, 2017

We took coffee Arabica and visualized 5 types of coffee connecting them to each other. We decided to separate the ingredients by turning them into colors.

AHA Dear Series coffee packaging by mousegraphics

May 18th, 2017

The specific coffee containers are defined by the use of this logo and, in the case where mousegraphics also designed a cup-like container, the logo became a decisive structural element.

Elephant Grounds Coffee Mid-Levels by JJA / Bespoke Architecture, Hong Kong

May 15th, 2017

The project’s material signature is underpinned by dual-tones of pine timber, prepared and applied on-site by carpenter collaborators, Hong Kong-based artisans, Start From Zero. Signages which read “Coffee N’ Chill” and “Elephant Grounds” in the anteroom were fabricated by Sunnynap in Japan.

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.

% ARABICA HIGASHIYAMA shop by Puddle, Kyoto – Japan

February 6th, 2017

The coffee bean stockyard is takes up one entire wall, and includes carefully selected coffee beans from all over the world. In order to create a high-ceilinged open space, the original wooden construction required additional structural support.

Vietnam Coffee Republic packaging by Blank Co.

February 3rd, 2017

The concept of the packaging design was to outwardly “express” the “feeling” of each of the coffee blend, an aim that our client was more keen in. We employed the most basic and essential of design tools at our disposal: typography, colors, patterns, iconography, copywriting, bespoke printing… combining with the unique naming for each variant of blend.

% ARABICA Kyoto ARASHIYAMA shop by PUDDLE, Kyoto – Japan

January 20th, 2017

As it is a coffee roaster shop, I was asked to include in the design an espresso machine, coffee bean stockyard, and a showroom for the coffee roaster.

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.

Manjar wise food, coffee & wine bar by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Heraklion – Greece

September 23rd, 2016

For this interior the designers were inspired by minimalism. The deep blue navy colour of the walls, contrasts with the natural wooden wallcoverings combined with the special selection of furniture.

Gray Wolf Coffee packaging concept by Merril “Moyl” Cledera

September 16th, 2016

I wanted to explore the notion of presenting coffee in a bright way, instead of the usual brown mug; I wanted to see coffee as something full of vitality and intention.

The True Coffee To Go cafe and co-working space by Whitespace, Bangkok – Thailand

September 8th, 2016

Wood furniture, comfy sofas, plants, and natural lighting create a relaxing atmosphere where individual customers and large groups feel comfortable to enjoy a snack and spend the time needed to complete their work.

Caribou Single Origin Coffees packaging by Cue

August 18th, 2016

This packaging elevates the presentation of Caribou Coffee’s single origin coffee offerings and emphasizes each varietal as special by highlighting each source farm.

Chocólatras Kiosk by Studio Cinque, Porto Alegre – Brazil

August 11th, 2016

The project is monochromatic in tones of chocolate and black, with some of the brand’s more vibrant colors incorporated into the visual communication. To speak to chocolate lovers in a more direct fashion, the kiosk was decorated with images of their range of products along with sentences that invite the client to indulge.

THE STUDIO by Dyer-Smith Frey, Zurich – Switzerland

July 13th, 2016

Brass elements and an oak wall reflect the design language of the Bar. Discreet and yet present the Bar with its gridded oak front, its brass base and its indirectly illuminated, grand and slanted counter made from Carrara marble blends in the overall design of the restaurant.

Fumi Coffee by Alberto Caiola, Shanghai – China

July 8th, 2016

Rich and dark in color, the ceiling’s ‘fumes’ evoke the depth of the drink itself, winding up and beyond the venue’s glass façade. Lending a sense of movement to the entire space, the installation creates a partially covered area for attractive outdoor seating in warmer weather.

Cafe Guillis packaging by Punkt Widzenia

June 29th, 2016

The basic requirement was to create unique packaging, which can be produce in short runs and large volumes. We decided to use international abbreviations of countries to keep all assumptions (doypack + screen printing).

Potato Head Hong Kong by Sou Fujimoto Architects, Hong Kong

June 26th, 2016

Potato Head Hong Kong’s design showcases a deft mix of contemporary and traditional influences through lightweight metal fixtures with heavy crafted teak wood. The mixed-used space evokes a residential feel with distinct areas that organically flow into each other.

R ART of Coffee by iks design, Nagakute – Japan

June 19th, 2016

In order to produce a space to match the essential nature and quality of this shop, we carefully sorted out the interior finish elements and materials, and selected copper and brass as the materials to accentuate the space for their gradual transformation of textures and feelings by usages.

REST & ROLL fine coffee & easy meal by party/space/design, Chachoengsao – Thailand

June 17th, 2016

The aluminum wall was uniquely and crafted with the old map and newspaper. It is subtle displayed as a crossword and when we stare at it clearly, there are motto on it. This can make the ordinary zinc wall look more interesting and tell its old story.