Inside, the black service area, chalkboard wall and window frames, contrast the wood and white details used throughout the cafe.
Inside, the black service area and window frames contrast the wood and white details used throughout the cafe.
When the weather is nice, the windows of this cafe are opened up and people can choose whether they want to sit inside or on the extended sill that allows people to interact with the street.
Built-in seating is combined with tables and chairs to maximize the seating options in this cafe.
This cafe has a simple color palette of wood, white and black, with a touch of green from the plants.
A brand new coffee shop has recently opened in Hong Kong, and they have dhas transformed this corner site and the character of the neighborhood by using warm materials and emphasizing indoor-outdoor engagement.
The entrance of this cafe has been pushed back almost 4 feet (1.2m), to allow for an outdoor coffee bar and to give it an al-fresco atmosphere.
Black details contrast the wood and white details used throughout this coffee shop.
This cafe has a second seating and bar area is located at the back of the coffee shop, that is raised up and provides views of the lower level and the street outside.
This new coffee shop in Hong Kong is designed to interact with the street