Caffe La Roccia

STUDIOUNODESIGN created a new concept behind the design of Caffe La Roccia, was born from the desire to rediscover the ancient traditions of coffee and bring back the authenticity of flavors and where the objective is to provide a service to adapt to your customer needs him into a trip out from everyday life. In just 15 square meters, the restaurant is the result of the encounter between tradition and innovation. Where the forms and materials look to a conceptual design and modern furnishings Read more [...]
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Posh Café

Architect Jassim AlShehab designed this unique café located in the 360 Degree Mall in South Surra, Kuwait. Posh Café’s design concept was focused on creating a distinctive atmosphere for a venue located at the hurt of a major mall’s atrium. In theory; the design approach aimed at stimulating a theatrical character to the experience when visiting the café or simply walking through the atrium. The action inside the kitchen is explicitly framed by a canopy and a set of partitions that Read more [...]
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Petit Cabanon Café

Ternullomelo Architects designed the Petit Cabanon Café located in Lisbon, Portugal, like a “parent and child cafe”. Here is the project description: Petit Cabanon Cafe is located in Parque das Nações, Lisbon, and is meant to be a “parent and child cafe” – a place in which parents can enjoy having a coffee, catching up with friends etc., without having to worry about their children’s surroundings. For this purpose it houses a playroom with a playground for children. It is not Read more [...]
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Cafe Foam

Swedish designers Note Design Studio projected the interior for Cafe Foam using sheer red curtains and bands of color slashing across the walls and floors. Here is the project inspiration and description: “We want you to create an interior design that people either love or hate and that nobody is indifferent to!” was the conditions given to us by the owner Michael Toutoungi when we started working with Cafe Foam. We began searching for extremes where passion and hate were equally Read more [...]
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Café Germain

The Café Germain, projected by India Mahdavi, offers an alternative to the traditional Parisian brasserie. A mix of different elements and influences, both in terms of its atmosphere and cuisine, is spread into two floors whereas each of them server a different function. Each of the restaurant’s rooms are different from each other in their moods yet very consistent. Principal elements of its decoration include check board patterns, leopard prints, bit leather sofas, stool bishops and various Read more [...]
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Artek at the Venice Biennale

Artek was honored to be the sponsor of La Biennale di Venezia and realized part of the furniture and furnishing for the premises of Palazzo delle Exposizioni della Biennale. The assignment included a bookshop, a cafeteria and additional furniture elements for an educational area, that were submitted respectively by three artists, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Tobias Rehberger and Massimo Bartolini, all selected for the 53rd International Art Exhibition. Tobias Rehberger was awarded with the Golden Read more [...]
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Wettingen School Cafeteria by :mlzd

The old cafeteria of the Wettingen School was too small, due to constantly raising pupil number, so :mlzd projected the new cafeteria according to the typology of the existing buildings. The new cafeteria has a rural character and part of a the conceptual and formal analogy with the traditional farm, which makes the volume, types and structural features of the interior space. The building envelope, composed of a homogeneous coverage of black anodized aluminum sheets, plays with the light Read more [...]
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Majik Cafe by Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid continues his philosophy of creating a digipop digital nature and a seamless world that excites all the senses with Majik Cafe, a new restaurant in Belgrade, Serbia. The dynamic patterned glass bar changes color and mood throughout the customer’s stay. The restaurant is brought into the 21st technocentury with a scrolling LED message board above that displays customer’s text messages. Cutout faces frame the entrance to the DJ Kreemy booth lounge area. Profile mirrors reflect Read more [...]
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Sakura Cafe by Klein Dytham Architecture

Klein Dytham Architecture designed this beautiful outdoor furniture for a cherry blossom party to celebrate the 1st Anniversary of the opening of Tokyo Mid-Town, a major mixed use development in Tokyo. The solution was to create large cherry blossom seats and tables of polystyrene coated with a urethane surface which spreads the pressure. Via dezeen Read more [...]
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Spiral Cafe by Marks Barfield Architects

The Spiral Cafe, designed by Marks Barfield Architects, is a competition winning design that combines art and commerce to bring life to a new public space. The building form is inspired by the 13th century mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci who identified the natural patterns of growth found throughout the universe. Like a shell, the exterior of the cafe is rough, rugged and durable patinated copper, whereas the inside is smooth and precious and lit by pearl-like glass spheres. Read more [...]
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