The client’s brief was to create an inviting showroom with a warm, design-led aesthetic. Working within a tight budget, we opted for an open warehouse feel, with kitchen displays chosen and styled by our team.
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The heart of the office lies within a central hive area, where cafe and dining functions are housed. Blitz also designed the hive to accommodate multiple other functions, such as all-hands meetings and presentations. For this space the architects specified natural wood and warmer color temperature lighting, to give the hive an inviting, social feel.
The furnitures’ tapestry have vibrant color accent to balance the black and white contiguous space character, this character also signals the function changes in space. With dark colored curtains the restaurant is divided into a larger or smaller spaces, depending on the time of day and modes of operation.
In Tokyo’s suburb Omiya, a three-storey salon is kept organized by a series of dividing screens that separate spaces according to function. The project converted two separate buildings – one concrete and one wood – into a one continuous three-storey salon. The concrete structure had housed a gallery, while the wooden one was a shoe store.
The Slowpoke Espresso Cafe in Fitzroy, Australia is the ultimate spot for anyone looking for a cozy cafe experience. With a warm timber wall, glazed pottery, white ceramics and delicious pastries lining the counters, the Slowpoke looks like a place you could hang out all day long from breakfast through afternoon tea.
Spanish architects MYCC have designed the interior for a combined coffee and book shop in Madrid, exposing the original warehouse structure and inserting a glass floor between storeys. The coffee shop is open plan with white walls, flooring more typically found in a garage and flashes of orange and pink.