Archive for the ‘Cafe’ Category
Friday, April 20th, 2018
Article source: ZWEI Interiors Architecture
Evolving from a much-loved mobile coffee outlet within RMIT University, the design captures the temporary origins of Little Bang Espresso but also maximises exposure within a tight footprint. The solution unfolds/unpacks the space; the door that becomes a menu wall, a pivoting coffee bench and counter units that couple together.
Image Courtesy © Little Bang Espresso
Wednesday, April 18th, 2018
Article source: VOX ARCHITECTS
A Large-scale project development of Clever Park business center is the result of successful collaboration between Alfa-Story construction company and Boris Voskoboynikov architectural studio since they were working together on Koltsovo (Yekaterinburg airport).
Image Courtesy © VOX ARCHITECTS
- Architects: VOX ARCHITECTS
- Project: Clever Park
- Location: Yekaterinburg, Russia
- Authors of The Project: Boris Voskoboinikov, Maria Akhremenkova, Maxim Frolov, Olga Ivleva-Neiter
- Project Area: 8000 m²
Tuesday, April 10th, 2018
Article source: JAN BEK ARCHITECT
The chocolate bar is situated in a pleasant part at Prague 6 Vokovice with good access to the subway station ,,A’’ Bořislavka and directly on the opposite side of the elementary school at ,,Na Dlouhém lánu” street. The exact address is ,,K lánu 496/2’’. Basically, this is not a standard cafe bar, but chocolate bar. Of course, you will find all the necessary services, that you are used to have in the cafe (delicious coffee, perfect breakfast and wine too). Everything is prepared directly in the preparation room at the bar. There was a minimarket in the area before, so it was a rather demanding reconstruction. A space had to to be re-appraised. The total space is 83.7m2, the main room itself has 66.7m2. In the background there are preparation room, staff base, men’s, ladies’ and handicap’s toilets.
Image Courtesy © Daniel Čáha
- Architects: JAN BEK ARCHITECT
- Project: Chocolateria Vokovice
- Location: Prague 6, Czech Republic
- Photography: Daniel Čáha
- Date of Implementation: 04 2017
Friday, April 6th, 2018
Article source: Multiverse Architecture (MUA)
FABRIKA is the new type of multifunctional space in Tbilisi.
The authors of the idea – the founders of MUA – aim to transform the empty building into an urban space that become a platform for the young and free minded artists to create and share, implement and execute new ideas.
Image Courtesy © Nakanimamasakhlisi Photo LAB
- Architects: Multiverse Architecture (MUA)
- Project: Fabrika Tbilisi
- Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
- Photography: Nakanimamasakhlisi Photo LAB
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 7600 SQM.
- Completion Year: 2017
Friday, April 6th, 2018
Article source: attika architekten
This coffee kiosk in the middle of a courtyard in Batavia Stad Fashion Outlet is present and invisible at the same time. Due to a minimalistic structure and a maximum use of glass, the kiosk is sometimes no more than its slatted wooden ceiling, that runs from the outside to the interior, hardly interrupted by the facade. At the same time, the building is an eye catcher standing out because of its smooth, rounded, contemporary design features.
Image Courtesy © attika architekten
- Architects: attika architekten
- Project: The Coffee Kiosk
- Location: Lelystad, Netherlands
- Software used: Autodesk, Revit
Thursday, April 5th, 2018
Article source: Klein Dytham architecture
Open House is located in the Central Embassy complex 50m above Bangkok. Within this vast 4,600sqm double-height interior, a village of spaces has been created, each with a familiar human scale – restaurants, lounges, bars, galleries, stores, pop-ups, libraries and workspaces that all seamlessly fit together. A space that anyone can feel comfortable in, feel at home in, spend all day in, relax in and be inspired in. A place to hang out, a place to play, a place to catch up on work and a place to eat and drink.
Image Courtesy © Klein Dytham architecture
- Architects: Klein Dytham architecture
- Project: Open House
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
- Client: Central Embassy Hotel Ltd
- Local Architect: Design M&A Co, Ltd
- Lighting Designer: Inverse Lighting Design
- Landscape Designer: P landscape Co, Ltd
- Structural Engineer: PSAA Consulting Engineers Co Ltd
- Mech. & Elec. Engineer: MITR technical consultant co, Ltd
- General Contractor: Asa Furdec Co, Ltd
- Total Floor Area: 4,600 sqm
- Design Period: Oct 2015 – Feb 2017
- Construction Period: Sept 2016 – Apr 2017
Friday, March 23rd, 2018
Article source: Vilius Dringelis Studio
Vilius Dringelis studio were commissioned to create a complete cafe design concept. It included: interior, exterior, a signboard, tables, shelves, custom products, packagings, a logotype, a brand book, food and drink menus and all other graphic design works. We wanted to create an aesthetic, contemporary place for public with an exclusive and distinctive atmosphere. For example, letters in the logotype are damaged, in order to convey a strong message about strange feelings.
Image Courtesy © Imantas Selenis
- Designers: Vilius Dringelis Studio
- Project: Strange Love Coffee Co.
- Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
- Photography: Imantas Selenis
- Completed: 2015
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: AL_A
The Exhibition Road Quarter, designed by AL_A, is the largest construction project undertaken by the V&A since its main buildings in South Kensington were completed in 1909 under the direction of Sir Aston Webb. The project has transformed the former boiler house yard on London’s great cultural artery, Exhibition Road, to create a sequence of major new spaces that will redefine the V&A’s relationship with the street and the public:
The Aston Webb Screen, Image Courtesy © Hufton + Crow
- Architects: AL_A
- Project: V&A Exhibition Road Quarter
- Location: London, England
- Photography: Hufton + Crow, Stephen Citrone, Peter-Guenzel
- Client: Victoria & Albert Museum
- Team: Ho-Yin Ng, Maximiliano Arrocet, Alex Bulygin, Blandine Plenard, Chiara Zaccagnini, Fernando Ruiz Barberan, Filippo Previtali, Giulio Pellizzon, Matthew Riley, Michael Levy, Michael Wetmore, Patrick Drewello, Peter Angrave, Peter King, Raffael Petrovic, Robert Rice, Rumen Stefanov, Song Jie Lim, Stefano Bertotti, Stephen Citrone, Win Assakul
- Engineers: (SMEP) Arup
- Quantity Surveyor: Aecom
- Lighting Designer: DHA Designs
- Historic Building Adviser: Giles Quarme & Associates
- Planning Consultant: DP9
Monday, March 19th, 2018
Article source: TZOKAS architects
The redesign of the space (previous name “Reload b/c”), which our architectural firm had undertaken in the past, so as, with the minimum changes and expenses, to achieve a brand new identity, was a great challenge for us.
Even though the management would remain the same, the main idea of operating the café would change to transform it into a coffee grinder’s with café services. This operation should transform the café, which initially had an industrial design, to a place more open to the customers, making them feel warm and cosy. At the same time, customers could witness the process of making different kinds of coffee! A great effort was placed on recycling the existing materials from the previous café, yet without living a trace of their past.
Image Courtesy © Athanasios TZOKAS and Alex GEORGIOU
- Architects: TZOKAS architects
- Project: Blossom Owl
- Location: KALAMATA City, GREECE Country, Greece
- Photography: Athanasios TZOKAS and Alex GEORGIOU
- Client: Gerasimos SARIDAKIS
- Budget: 240.000€
- Site Area: Interior 52+36 m2 & Exterior 34 m2
- Completion Date: 2016& 2017
Thursday, March 15th, 2018
Article source: STUDIO ENRICO PASTI
The BLOOM CAFE ‘project, was born in the historical center of the city, in the most ancient square of Verona.
Image Courtesy © STUDIO ENRICO PASTI