A dilapidated 2 shop structure was converted into a contemporary chic cafe, with indoor and outdoor seating, an open kitchen, a pantry and a washroom. The bright yellow and white along with the wooden furniture with black upholstery makes the interiors maintenance free, vibrant and welcoming. The
crate wall, posters, egg drawings etc. add to the fun quotient, making the cafe a favourite hangout for students.
view from outside; toughened glass entrance and picture window
fixed bench (with removable cushion) and wooden chairs.
This bright wall is the backdrop for the fixed table-and-stools, abutting the open kitchen counter on one side. The inverted crate acts as a base for the pendant lights just above the counter
pine wood 'crate' shelves of different sizes. The display ranges from suspended coloured glass bottles to books, and can be changed as required
This exterior wall was put to good use by fixing a table to it with a removable wooden top & high stools.
two separate shops were combined into one, to accomodate the open kitchen and covers.
The once shabby outer wall supports a table and seating for 6.