Despresso Coffee Shop

The owner, Eugene Kagansky, decided to have fun with the 500 square feet that he had on Madison Avenue and 42nd Street. He wanted to create a memorable, unusual, creative place for people to grab their morning and afternoon coffee. He gave the designers at Nema Workshop a budget of $500,000 (for only 500 square feet!) and asked them to create a library inspired sideways coffee shop. The designers took pictures at the library and printed them on glazed tiles, which cover the ceiling, wall and floor. It all looks like flip-flopped library shelves. (Source)


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Posted: July 23rd, 2011
at 9:33pm by mnp

Categories: architecture,et cetera

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