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From reduced minimalism to ironic eclecticism, from cozy and hygge to industrial style, from vintage to elegant: this centuries-old institution is constantly redefined, reconceived and restaged for example as espresso bars, coffee roasteries and art house cafes, reflecting new social trends and design inspirations as well as the latest developments from the world of coffee. A Coffee A Day features an exciting global contemporary conceptual and stylistic range with a focus on the creative design esthetics.


Exchange and interaction, an escape from everyday life, letting the imagination flow, writing, reading, or simply doing nothing: Drinking a coffee in a nice cafe, spontaneously or on a date, alone or with friends, is undoubtedly one of the things we miss the most during the 2020/21 pandemic - even if we have always felt the importance of these semi-private, semi-public institutions… There's hardly a beverage with which people are as eager to experiment as with coffee. In 2021 this included coffee concoctions with tea, alcohol and superfoods. Similarly, the locations of coffee enjoyment presented in this volume have become at least as diverse. This is true both in terms of the concepts, such as Unicorn Cafe, Cardboard Cafe, or Zero Waste Cafe, and in terms of the extremely creative design esthetics, from the room layout to the lighting and furniture design, to the space itself.Cafes, coffeehouses, and coffee shops around the world supply us with energy and lift our spirits every day. They are spaces for exchange and interaction, for letting the imagination flow and even escaping reality, and, of course, for writing, reading and thinking - a second home for many of us.

A Coffee a Day - Contemporary Cafe Design

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