Articles tagged Café

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Design by delivery, for delivery: why Daylab ordered iTafe Up’s aesthetic from Taobao.com

Yiwu – Daylab’s design for iTafe Up – sellers of tea, coffee and bread in China – is based on components sourced from Taobao.com, the world’s biggest e-commerce website.

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How hospitality brands can respond to social distancing

At a time when keeping apart has never been more important, the hospitality sector is finding new ways engage, entertain and encourage communities.

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After shop hours, this fashion retail space turns into a mixology bar

Milan – Visual Display developed an integrated interior with transforming fixtures for Milan store Slowear18.

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Can bespoke coffee retailers compete with Starbucks in China?

Shanghai – Mur Mur Lab builds a relationship between coffee, construction and the flowing of space to relate to the body and affect emotional experience.

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For the first time ever, Louis Vuitton invests in in-store hospitality – in Osaka

Osaka – Honouring its 'unique ties' with Japan, the French luxury fashion house unveiled an unprecedented café and restaurant in its new Osaka flagship.

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To tune into the community, a radio broadcaster in Prague opens a porous café

Prague – Czech Radio’s Radiocafé Vinohradská 12 gives people a chance to engage face-to-face with the broadcasting they hear every day.

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Can referential hospitality interiors help keep local history accessible?

Olomouc, Czech Republic – You'll find a fabric fresco, halo-shaped lighting, pew-inspired furnishings and the Virgin Mary in this Czech café neighboured by a historic baroque chapel.

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This Paris café’s pared-down interiors make for a transparent hospitality experience

Paris – Minnaërt Studio's bright, sparse interiors for Paris coffee shop and roastery Back in Black place all attention on food-and-beverage artisanship.

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Why a designer opted for virtual, not natural, escapism in this Russian café

Rostov-on-Don, Russia – Visitors to Rostov-on-Don’s AND Y space are able to momentarily transcend realities, thanks to Eduard Eremchuk’s employ of bold technological and visual …

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How two South Korean designers are responding to their nation’s ‘loss of culture and tradition’

Seoul – Even though Seoul’s Café Oriente is a celebration of traditional Korean beauty, Labotory finds a way to make the intimate space resonate with contemporary-minded visitors.

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Intelligentsia stays smart about hyperlocality as it expands across the US

Los Angeles – For the American coffee company's fourth LA location in Hollywood, Standard designed a space with unmistakable Angeleno identity.

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We’ve seen child-centric hospitality grow up in China. It’s maturing in Russia, too

Moscow – A Moscow café by Sundukovy Sisters indicates the widening demand for children’s spaces that appeal to parents as well.

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