Posts Tagged ‘coffee’

Out of Office flexible workplace by studio KNOL, Eindhoven – Netherlands

July 10th, 2014

In the design, studio KNOL responded to the new working trends by creating a variety of thematic environments in the open space of 300 m2, allowing workers to choose the setting they felt most comfortable in at that moment.

Victoria Brown coffe shop & bar & restaurant by Hitzig Militello Architects, Buenos Aires – Argentina

July 1st, 2014

The connections between this stations and the bar, through pipes that run along the ceiling, mimic the concept of distilling whiskey, and serve as a source of illumination. The last room, the living rooms, are divided by screens of old scissor doors, which may eventually move to change the distribution.

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.

Yelp! Headquarters by Studio O+A, San Francisco – California

June 24th, 2014

At Yelp we placed a fully-equipped coffee shop on the 8th floor, a break room with window seating on the 5th, and semi-private pods for chess or chatting on the 11th. Each floor’s common areas thus become common to the company at large and not just to those whose workstations occupy that level.

Café Faux Vau restaurant by UniversalProjekt, Hamburg – Germany

June 8th, 2014

Starbucks store at Disneyland, Orlando – Florida

June 4th, 2014

Among the elements of sustainable design at the new store at Walt Disney World Resort: 100 percent energy-efficient LED lighting; reclaimed oak, maple and other materials used throughout the store; community tables made from salvaged trees; a green roof consisting of hundreds of lemon grass plants.

Umutu Coffee Co. branding by Anagrama

May 21st, 2014

Our proposal aims to be iconic, with a sophisticated vibe that should be new but not too unfamiliar to the local market. We decided to stay away from the bright, stereotypical color palette commonly associated with Sub-Saharan Africa and instead went with eternally chic black and white.

Yojisu restaurant, grocery and coffee shop, Aix-les-Milles – France

May 4th, 2014

Yojisu born from the will of its actual owner, Mr. Tran Van Ba, of reproducing the warmth of natural elements into a place that gathers restaurant, Japanese grocery and coffee shop.

Afogto café & ice cream parlour by Dana Shaked, Beer Sheva – Israel

April 26th, 2014

Space walls covered with rough stucco and rough torn look that gives a sense that the place has been there for years. Left wall covers with painted wood that looks like a gate.

Il Duomo coffee shop – bar by AAIMM, Lleida – Spain

April 14th, 2014

The project recovers the essence of traditional architecture and simple agricultural building of the past rural Catalonia; local and organic materials, warm and with textures, dodging the high-tech solutions and specializations at the expense of a traditional, simple spirit.

BARRY coffee and food by Techne Architects, Melbourne – Australia

March 30th, 2014

BARRY coffee and food by Techne Architects, Melbourne – Australia

The Coffee Company store by Studio Ginger, Melbourne

March 12th, 2014

The retail design concept hinges around a 50’s industrial style, integrating historical elements such as suspended cast iron light fittings sourced from the UK, and using the original store counter scales.

Starbucks store at Disneyland, Anaheim – California

March 12th, 2014

This sustainably built to LEED standards location will include an outdoor patio designed around an old growth tree, reclaimed wood siding and a living, green wall with more than 1,000 native plants in the shape of a coffee cup that serves as a backdrop to capturing memories for visiting guests.

North Kaffe branding by Craig Pinto

March 5th, 2014

With the development of the visuals, I tried to keep everything “Danish”. That includes (at least to me) wood textures, soft whites, light blues, maybe some reflective silvers to accentuate the elegance of the people.

Embassy Espresso café by Spora Architects, Budapest – Hungary

February 24th, 2014

It is as if we were in a two hundred year old inn, where there is wifi, filtered water for the guests through a tap made of copper and a bowl of concrete, high quality espresso machine, überboiler, milk patterns on cappuccinos, quests with laptops and tablets, breakfast-goers, cultural nomads, urban coffee lovers, intellectuals, business people, bankers, university goers, hungarians and foreigners: it’s the city.

Fab café by Naruse-Inokuma Architects, Tokyo

February 18th, 2014

That’s right. Fab café, which just opened on March 7th, comes with a laser cutter which, for a fee, anyone can use. However, it’s recommended you have your coffee before operating the machine.

HEDRON coffee table by Benjamin Migliore

February 18th, 2014

The coffee table was designed with 2 different connecting pieces, that compose a aesthetic structure. The parts can be assembled and disassemble easily.

Replay Espresso café by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

February 12th, 2014

With just 40sqm to play with, we ripped the guts out of the space, replaced the decaying roof, introduced a long bi-fold window and small serve-out window, created a feature barista’s coffee bench, and crammed in as many seats and tables as we could.

other coffee® branding & packaging by Empatía®

February 6th, 2014

There’s nothing better than the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. other coffee® is committed to being a great place for people who love coffee and harmonious places. With simple treats this newly coffee bar offers high quality coffee products in the city of Chicago, United States.