A cupcake and espresso café brings energy and vitality to a Newcastle street.
November 8th, 2011
Liquid Architecture has completed a retail fit-out for a contemporary cupcake and espresso café in Newcastle.
The interior design and finishes transforms the small retail space into an attractive, street-front boutique with an upbeat energetic vibe.
By opening up the frontage the space becomes part of the streetscape, giving the store an outdoor café feeling.
Customers are also drawn into the store by the strategic placement the display cabinet between the front entrance and the register.
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