Archive for the ‘Cafe’ Category
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Article source: Amerikka Design Office Ltd
Coffee House chain: Space planning delivers extra kick to both brand and sales. The cooperation of Amerikka Design Office Ltd. and SOK’s Coffee House café chain began in spring 2011 and the first completed locations are being opened to the public in October and November 2011. In addition to an increase in customer seating and sales, emphasis has been put on space concept development work for Coffee House recognition as well as on the chain’s distinctive character and visibility.
Image courtesy Amerikka Design Office Ltd
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Article source: Sol89
Breaking, folding and inserting. The Hospital is a cluster of activity and subjected to continuous flow changes. The intervention takes the estrangement as a starting point: we decided to insert a single continuous element, bent and broken, which defines, as opposed to the perimeter of empty space available, the area of medical staff and a series of courtyards perched to become new objects for contemplation.
Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada
- Architects: Sol89
- Project: University Hospital Cafeteria
- Location: Seville, Spain
- Photography: Jesús Granada
- Client: Servicio Andaluz de Salud y Serunion SA
- Completion Date: 2011
- Team: Víctor Baztán Cascales (quantity surveyor), Alejandro Cabanas (structure), Insur JG (building service), Seinsa 2000 S.A. y Astreo S.L (contractors)
- Area: 1152,50 m²
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Article source: Edgley Design
Our proposal aims to improve the social function and attractiveness of Duke of York square. The café is a bold and distinct formal proposition, framed by and reacting to the particular scale, proportion and environmental conditions of the historic site. Recessed landscaping extends the café’s seating into the surrounding pavement.
Image courtesy Edgley Design
- Architects: Edgley Design
- Project: Cadogan Cafe
- Location: Chelsea, UK
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Article source: Shroffleon
Located within the historic Art Deco building that holds the Eros Theater within the colonial part of the Mumbai, the recently unveiled French Bistro Chez Vous occupies the space that previously housed the iconic Sundance Cafe. A reinterpretation of the classic European Eatery, the treatment of the white, black and green interiors plays off an iconic French Art Nuevo motif, by allowing for its contemporary reinterpretation, whilst translating it across various scales, textures and usages. The brief handed over to the architects demanded a contemporary understanding of a traditional French Bistro, complete with identifiable elements such as a long serving bar, multiple backboards and French inspired moldings, hosting approximately 70 covers. The primary concern, to both client and the designers was in crafting out a delicate balance between a traditional bistroesque atmosphere and an upscale South Mumbai destination, being mindful to not simply the re-creation of a mid-twentieth century Parisian coffee shop within a contemporary Indian city.
Image Courtesy Shroffleon
- Architects: Shroffleon
- Project: Chez Vous @ Sundance
- Location: Mumbai, Maharasthra, India
- Team: Kayzad Shroff, Maria I J leon, Pujan Shah
- Project Area: 1400 sq ft.
Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
Article source: NEX
NEX has won the Cadogan Café design competition, a £2 million project for a new café, which will sit near the entrance to the Saatchi Gallery in Duke of York Square in Chelsea. Widely regarded as an emerging force, NEX were shortlisted from a field of 147 international applicants and saw off strong opposition from finalists Architecture 00, Carmody Groarke, Duggan Morris Architects, Pernilla Ohrstedt & Sarah Price, and Taylor Snell.
View of cafe interior from west side : Image Courtesy NEX
- Architects: NEX
- Project: Cadogan Café
- Location: Kings Road ,Chelsea, London, UK
- Key Dates: Competition Sept-Dec 2012, Completion March April 2015
- Value: £2 Million
- Area: 300M2
- Collaborators: AKT II Structural Engineering, Equals Cost Control, Atelier 10 Environmental Engineering. DHA Designs Lighting.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
Article source: Torafu Architects
We performed the interior design of a coffee salon set to open for a limited time inside the Mt. Taikan View Lounge, atop the Hakone Turnpike. We were tasked with creating a space for sports car fans to meet after enjoying an early-morning drive.
Image Courtesy Daici Ano
- Architects: Torafu Architects
- Project: Toyota 86 Pit House
- Location: Hakone Kanagawa, Japan
- Principle use: CAFE
- Production: Ishimaru
- Credit: Planning: TOYOTA MARKETING JAPAN CORPORATION / Graphic design: SUN-AD
- Building site: Hakone Kanagawa
- Total floor area: 117.97m2
- Design period: 2012.03-09
- Construction period: 2012.09-10
- Duration: 2012.10.01-12.14
- Photo: Daici Ano
- Software used: Vectorworks and Sketch up pro
Tuesday, October 16th, 2012
Article source: Meta- Studio
The Cave Cafe is a place for people to chill out which serves the customers with finest coffee in Malaysia. The design of the Cave Cafe is inspired by the definition of cave. Cave is natural underground space large enough for a human to enter. Beside it is known as a big hole, the feeling of being inside an enclosed space with one or few sources of light is extremely important. Today’s cave is commonly safe and equipped with enough lighting installation. In Cave Cafe design, the level of brightness is maintained from behind the series of laser-cut stripes.
Image Courtesy Meta-Studio
- Architects: Meta- Studio
- Project: Cave Cafe
- Location: Subang, Malaysia
- Client: Cave Cafe
- Project architect: Jaenes Bong
- Project team: Jonathan Alotto, Jaena Bong
- Area: 155m2
- Software used: Autocad, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Cinema4D
Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Article source: Drozdov & Partners
The plot is a relatively empty space located in the middle of the dense urban development. A small cafe was build on this place in the early 90-s. However, as time went by, there appeared a need for its renovation.
Image Courtesy Aleksandr Abrosimov, Andrey Avdeenko
- Architects: Drozdov & Partners
- Project: cafe c.a.f.e.
- Location: Uklraine, Kharkov, 77 sumskaya st.
- Size: 600 m2
- Status: Realized (2011)
- Authors: Aleksandr abrosimov, sergey vlasov, denis davydov, oleg drozdov, sergey rusanov
- Photo: Aleksandr abrosimov, andrey avdeenko
Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
Article source: Gus Wustemann Architects
“It is not a building but a district” District is the way a human being lives in urban context.
We choose of the shelf low cost industrial materials to create these urban spaces. There is no hierarchy within these surfaces that makes it urban and authentic. Therefore each surface transmits a feeling of purity and coexistence in relation with its surrounding. The statics of Melon District are defined by the authenticity of the materials. There is no decoration.
Image Courtesy © Bruno Helbling
- Architects: Gus Wustemann Architects
- Project: Melon District
- Location: Parallel 101, Sants-Montjuic, Barcelona
- Photography: Bruno Helbling
- Year: 2007
- Program: New student residences in Barcelona, Spain
- Client: Catalonia Gebira S.L, Barcelona
Saturday, September 15th, 2012
Article source: DarkDesignGroup
DarkDesignGroup has been working over 20 years in the sphere of interior design, graphic design, advertising, architecture, promo-design, webdesign.
Image Courtesy Igor Palichev, Dima Zeibert
- Architects: DarkDesignGroup
- Project: Summer Cafe
- Location: Bashkortostan, Russia
- Client: Restaurant “Jamaica”
- Interior Design: DarkDesignGroup
- Team: Igor Palichev, Dima Zeibert, Guzel Gabdrakhimova
- Photography: Igor Palichev, Dima Zeibert
- Release time: 2012 year
- Contributor: studio