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One Design | Kafeterya

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Near the Gheorghe Lazar High school and Cismigiu Park, in a commercial space at the ground floor of an apartment building, the architects from One Design set up a café. If for cakes you go to the confectionery, for bread you go to the bakery….at Kafeterya you go for coffee. The place is designed starting from the idea that you have to feel like home when you come to Kafeterya. The diverse forms of texture and color of the furniture will allow you to choose your own armchair, your own table and basically to be in your favorite spot.

Kafeterya is a dual place, with an open space towards the street, with a big glass surface, and a more remote area, warm, that makes you think of it more as a private area, like the one of a living room.

In the public area, the materials used are glossy and reflective. Also, the main element of attraction of the interior design is a waterfall. In the semi-public area, the materials used are warm and gentle. The colors are the ones of the earth. Here the main element of attraction is a fireplace.

The design can be characterized by the natural elements used: earth, water, fire, air, and… coffee.

Location: Schitu Magureanu Boulevard , No. 8, Bucharest , Romania
Architectural Office: One Design 
Authors: arch. Alexandru Cristian Balan, arch. Paul Samsonescu
Project name: Kafeterya
Surface: 200 mp 
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