Studio SKLIM draws upon concepts of emptiness and negative space to optimise space in a micro café located along River Valley Road, Singapore.
Inspired by the 1984 film masterpiece, Bicycle Thieves is a light-filled eatery that celebrates Italian culture and creates captivating food with a contemporary twist.
Architect Ricci Bloch makes the most of High St Society’s compact site, ensuring the high-traffic café offers patrons easy accessibility, clear circulation and a welcoming ambience.
Designer Hana Hakim of The Stella Collective hopes the food and design at Middle Eastern café Naim will inspire curiosity and help bridge cultural divides.
Whoever said blue and green should never be seen? The Budapest Café is inspired by Director Wes Anderson’s distinctive visual style and Melbourne’s signature café culture.
Elana Castle interviews Maebe Tetlow-Stuart about Studio Tate’s sophisticated interior for Toby’s Estate Coffee Roasters in Darling Square. As expected, their interior is as elevated as the Toby’s Estate coffee-drinking experience itself.
Studio Esteta’s design of Workshop Bros Glen Waverley will refresh your memories and challenge your perceptions of nostalgic Chinese eateries.
Designed with a sense of luxury, elegance and comfort in mind, Punt brings us the Amor Cortese sofa and chaise lounge collection, designed by Monica Armani
Finishing touches are important in any space, and today we look at a selection of furniture perfect for a cafe space.
Café Culture +Insitu with Hot Black and DKO architects create a time lapse video of their installation for The Project at this years Melbourne Indesign.
As if a showroom brimming with beautiful product wasn’t enough, Cafe Culture + Insitu’s installation for The Project at Melbourne Indesign was bright, bold and engaging.
Since 1969, the Darø vision has been to design lamps which create value and arouse enthusiasm. Design is determined by light, and light is determined by function.
Reflecting the burgeoning talent of local designers and Cafe Culture + Insitu’s commitment to supporting Australian design, the fourth instalment of our Spotlight series explores the philosophy and designs of Christel H, Savage Design and Luschia Porter.
With roots in Germany, Zeitraum combine a rich knowledge of local timbers with expert workmanship to produce furniture that is both beautiful and durable.
The HUSSL collection draws inspiration from one of the world’s most beautiful natural environments, resulting in a seamless fusion of top quality workmanship and stunning organic forms.
Celebrating 30 years of innovative, adventurous design, Casamania has built its reputation on strong collaborations with designers and a clear vision of the company’s values.
PLANK is known for producing distinctive furniture pieces with universal appeal. At Milan Furniture Fair 2014, we meet with PLANK’s General Manager, Michael Plank, who reveals some of the thinking behind the products. Alice Blackwood reports.
With a slew of successful products, collaborations and accolades under his belt, the Melbourne-based designer has reached maturity in his craft, and with it he has achieved a deeper understanding of what draws him to design. Now, in collaboration with Café Culture + Insitu, he is expanding and re-launching three of his key collections.
Café Culture + Insitu present their picks from the Milan Design Fair – heading for Australian shores later this year!
Café Culture has joined with Insitu Furniture, merging to form a single enterprise known as Café Culture + Insitu.
To welcome the summer months, ‘like’ Café Culture on Facebook for your chance to win an outdoor setting including an illuminated bloom pot, Talenti Pretty chairs, Talenti Roy table and Savage Design place mats.
Billiani is the latest addition to the Insitu collection, offering traditional Italian furniture.
Clean forms and primary colours from Italian family-owned production house