Kiosk by Studio Dessuant Bone celebrates artisan coffee in central Paris
The design of the café reflects both on the geographical-historical setting and the coffee making process. The kiosk is divided into three distinct locations. There is an open space in the center where beverages are produced and served. Behind this, a raised and covered seating area was established providing a unique view of the procedure of coffee making. For those who just pop in for a quick caffeine fix, an open bar seating is available at the front.
The stall is mostly open-air with a removable front facade that follows the changes in climate. The transparent roof further emphasises the outdoorsy feeling and makes the most out of natural light during the day. Allusions to nature are also present in the interior with the stained wooden furniture exposing the wood grain, while the metal bars evoke the atmosphere of workshops, translating coffee-making as a craft.
As a multi-disciplinary studio, Dessuant Bone was also responsible for the visual identity of Honor Cafe. Their minimalistic crest logo resonates with the clear design of the kiosk. From a practical point of view it can be easily stamped on paper cups and bags to create a uniform, clean look. From a symbolic perspective, it is a self-stated emblem for “pride, passion and honor” that the baristas take in their work, making the visit to Honor a real celebration for the senses.
photos: Studio Dessuant Bone
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