In Fuzhou, China, Karv One Design has combined terrazzo, gridded metal and greenery to conceive a dream-like cafe.
With venues in popular locations boasting high star-ratings these days a dime-a-dozen, there is a new criteria being coveted in the hospitality scene.
A curvaceous counter connects customers with their barista at Voids Café, a compact café in River Valley, Singapore, designed by Studio SKLIM.
Gumbuya is an Aboriginal word for meeting place, which formed the concept for the café and restaurant in Sydney.
This newly-designed café in Brunswick, Melbourne celebrates its neighbourhood’s industrial roots while also working in a contemporary context.
Tea drinking may be steeped in tradition but 蜜葉裡 Ambrosia in Shenzhen has been designed by Biasol for the modern, mindful tea drinker of today.
In Ahmedabad, the Java+ café by IKSOI Design Studio creates a dark and moody atmosphere with a generous sense of space.
Food surfaces are tricky ones – they need to be healthy and bacteria resistant, but aesthetics can’t be forgotten either…
How branding studios are cutting through the visual clutter with distinctive, integrated and complementary design.
Upsy Daisy is a family-friendly, feel-good space designed for kids, but it has a dose of magic for adults too.
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.